Tag Archives: Camille Paglia

If you’re a recent MFA or PhD you’re not an artist nor a curator.

    “They are like high priests murmuring to each other”. -Camille Paglia Dr. Jaclyn Meloche just published her book  “What is our Role?: Artists in Academia and the Post-Knowledge Economy”, YYZ ArtistBooks (Toronto). It  follows the theme of her symposium some years back at the Lillian Smith Library, also sponsored by YYZ. Meloche, reflecting on what she learned on …

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Camille Paglia’s Glittering Images

At a first glance Glittering Images, starting from Egyptian art, going on through the centuries with major focus on twentieth century art and George Lucas’ Star War’s appears to be a useful introduction and overview to art history for first year university students. The book is printed on high quality art paper in an elegant and readable typeface. It would …

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