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Miami 2006: SVA Hour, State of Art Education



Suzanne Anker, artist, theorist and chair of SVA's BFA Fine Arts Department
hosts a discussion with Tom Huhn, philosopher and chair of SVA's Art History and BFA Visual and Critical Studies Departments; Samantha Hoover, Director of Communications at SVA; and artist and SVA alumnus and faculty member Amy Wilson concerning the role of the art school and its relationship to contemporary art.
 

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