528Re: [bookartsconnection] Re: War as meeting topic (and Meeting Place)
- Jan 10, 2003Yes. Exactly. You have formulated the issue much more elegantly that I did
in response to Joyce.
My point is: These times are difficult. I believe art and artist should be
relevant (Don't you love the Brittish poet laureate coming against the war
on the front page?????) The topic of war would (SHOULD?) include peace, like
joyce wants, and all of the themes you present, and who knows how many other
channels others in the group will open up for all to explore.
From: Lisa Moore <artboox@...>
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Date: Friday, January 10, 2003 3:29 PM
Subject: [bookartsconnection] Re: War as meeting topic (and Meeting Place)
>What about conflict & resolutions an encompassing theme? There
>are so many levels of both war-making & peace-making to
>investigate & again, in so many layers...what about bringing our
>personal perspectives to explore universal issues.
>Also, could we carpool/caravan to Ventura, February 15th?
>>Date: Fri, 10 Jan 2003 14:28:17 -0500
>>Subject: [bookartsconnection] War as meeting topic
>>There is something so negative and sad about this topic, I
>>couldn't/wouldn't participate. I am so disheartened by our
>>possible war in Iraq, my art is compromised. Now, if you want
>>to make PEACE a topic, I'm in!
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