August 17, 2007 | Alyson Stanfield

Questions about art and policy for our candidates

Following up on Thursday’s post about U.S. leaders who remain a Washington Mall’s distance from art . . . What questions about art do you think candidates should have to respond to?

Here are some to get you started:

  • To what degree should arts be taught in our schools and why?
  • What role do you think art plays in a healthy republic?
  • What is the ideal level of NEA funding?
  • Who should decide what is purchased for public art?
  • Who should decide which art programs are funded?

Your turn.

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