David Sharp, Concert Lecture Series Presentation on Abstract Art, 1963
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David Sharp began his tenure with Eastern Michigan University in 1962 as a member of the Art Department, and served until his retirement in 1995. In this presentation for the EMU Concert Lecture Series, Sharp outlines the importance of abstract art, focusing specifically on plastic arts. Noting that traditional art forms have lost none of their importance, works of abstract art contain just as many cultural statements as their traditional contemporaries.
Abstract art, Classical painting, cultural expressions of art, plastic arts
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Sharp, David, "David Sharp, Concert Lecture Series Presentation on Abstract Art, 1963" (1963). Lectures and Presentations. 9.