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Art: Losing Our Faculties at Semantics

By Steve Rosen · July 14th, 2009 · CityBeat Recommends
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Admirably using conceptual, performance and installation art for politically and economically relevant ends, semantics gallery looks at how the ongoing recession is detrimentally affecting the teaching of fine arts in the show Losing Our Faculties, open now through July 25 at the gallery.

Artists including Andy Marko, Mark Shafer, Mike Davis, Calcagno Cullen and Richard Fruth will use the above-mentioned forms of contemporary art, along with more traditional artworks and new media, to address how wage stagnation and underemployment are affecting adjunct faculty and part-time art instructors in this area. Gallery hours are noon-4 p.m. Saturdays.

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