Previews & Newsbriefs

September 1988
Art Papers;Sep/Oct88, Vol. 12 Issue 5, p69
The article offers new briefs on the arts in the U.S. The 1988 Arts Festival of Atlanta will be held in Piedmont Park from September 10 to 18. The Georgia Council for the Arts has awarded grants amounting to 103,100 U.S. dollars to 56 artists. The First Texas Triennial art exhibit will be held at the Contemporary Arts Museum in Houston from September 24 to November 13, 1988.


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