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Have you ever seen a sculpture that as far as you can tell looks more like a car wreck than a modern masterpiece? Professor John T. Young will take viewers from all walks of life on a journey that will attempt to demystify works of public art. To anyone who has ever muttered the words You Call That Art?!...this show’s for you. This video features The Meridian Archway by Chuck Greening and Dance Steps on Broadway by Jack Mackie and Chuck Greening in Seattle, try Washington.

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Professor John T. Young explains how the one percent for art law came about and how it is such an important part of our nation’s public cultural heritage.

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The University of Washington’s campus is the home of some of the nation’s most important works of public art including Broken Obelisk by Barnett Newman. But what does it mean? Professor John T. Young will take viewers from all walks of life on a journey that will attempt to demystify this, buy cialis and other works of public art.

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Does your local “man of steel” hammer all day long? That’s what Jonathan Borofsky’s The Hammering Man does in downtown Seattle. But is it Art? Professor John T. Young talks to people in the street about Borofsky’s work and tries to make sense of public art.

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