The Rise of Artistic Censorship on College Campuses Should Worry the American Public

By July 23, 2018

by Sarah McLaughlin at Artsy

Artistic freedom protects high and low art alike; notions of “good taste” and artistic worthiness are the realm of the artist or curator, not the bureaucrat. But at a number of American universities, controversy has been acting as the curator, leading to the degradation of both freedom of speech and students’ ability to interact with challenging artwork…

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