One way to look at the 1995-96 proposed social action through art theme is that issues of relevance continually emerge- that is the action itself. Social action as identified in these articles revolved around the issue of diversity. Some identified differences as an abrupt clash or confrontation, others as a negotiation between worlds. All were concerned that we critically examine the values embedded in images-whether in art history textbooks, everyday images surrounding us via entertainment systems, television, film, or computers; or in "fine" art.
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