In August, 1986, a conference took place at the University of California Los Angeles called "Art in Other Places." This article will critique that conference and make suggestions for further planning of art programs in non-public school settings based on 1) Wolf Wolfensberger's concept of normalization, 2) a recognition of the expressive forms that exist among various constituency groups, and 3) an analysis of long-range ramifications of decision making processes in art planning and programming.


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