- — UCLALuskin (@UCLALuskin)Wed, Apr 15 2015 02:45:31Rosario-Jackson: Make art more generative not just consumptive. Frame art as essential to ppl being able to live their best life as a right
- — UCLALuskin (@UCLALuskin)Wed, Apr 15 2015 02:50:12.@dcbohnett: Why do we only do finger painting in nurseries and nursing homes? What happens in the middle? We need to frame it.
Luskin Lecture Opens Discussion on Arts, Culture, and Public Life
On Tuesday April 14th, panelists Debbie Allen, David Bohnett, Maria Rosario Jackson, and Lisa Napoli gathered at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts to share their perspective on the function of arts & culture in public life. The discussion was moderated by Dean Frank Gilliam.