Rodrigo Ugarte

The Arts Edition [What You Need to Know]

Filed By Rodrigo Ugarte | August 17, 2012 10:00 AM | comments

Filed in: Living
Tags: Buenos Aires, college newspaper censorship, extremism in military, FRC shooting, Mitt Romney, Neo-Nazi, NOM, Paul Ryan vs. Paul Ryan, Romney and taxes

arts-still.jpegAs part of our cultural heritage, the arts and humanities provide us with a deeper look into ourselves as well as the world we live, be it through paintings, literature, music or film. New generations need to harvest their talents and express their ideas, opinions and emotions through artistic means. However, the work of past generations also needs to be preserved for its cultural richness and educational potential. Society also must cherish the creators of said art as cultural donors, innovators and curators. While Mitt Romney proposes an economic plan that would defund PBS, the National Endowment for the Arts and the National Endowment for the Humanities, the city of Buenos Aires shows it's support for the arts by giving special pensions to writers. Though the city's move is extraordinary and generous, it's unlikely any of our cities or states would follow the same path; however, subsidizing the work of artists for the benefit, both in the present and future, of society ought to remain an important part of the nation's duty to its citizens as a means for it to enrich the lives of the populace and educate the electorate. With the educational segment of this post over, here are sreveal important detailsome news you need to know:

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