Diversity and Identity in the Visual and Performing Arts

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Essay #: 071207
Total text length is 13,843 characters (approximately 9.5 pages).

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The beginning:
Diversity and Identity in the Visual and Performing Arts
The ensuing paper provides an opportunity to review the commonalities and differences that exist between three readings that all look at diversity and at culture as well as at identity as manifested in the world of artistic representation (oftentimes deemed “culture”). In particular, the paper offers a critical assessment of the readings in terms of their implication for the personal identity of this writer as well as for other identities within Canadian society. The first reading is really a sample from the Hill Strategies Research firm that explores the linkage between Canadians who embrace artistic performance and creation in all its forms and their embrace of “social” values –...
The end:
.....ng to realize that, while I am white, my identity as a Canadian must appreciate other groups and ethnicities because Canada is no longer a “white” nation.
Works Cited
Cultural Pluralism in the Arts Movement Ontario. “toolkit bibliography.” Pp.1-63 (additional information not provided).
Curtis,
Liane
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Dipti
Gupta, & Will Straw. “Culture and Identity: Ideas and Overviews.” Department of Canadian Heritage. 1-2 Nov. 2001. 2 Oct. 2011 http://canada.metropolis.net/events/ethnocultural/publications/cult_ident_e.pdf
Hill Strategies Research, Inc. Social effects of culture: exploratory statistical evidence. Canada Council.
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2 Oct. 2011 http://www.canadacouncil.ca/NR/rdonlyres/BDB0714B-5CC2-48EA-B1E8-015F475EA997/0/Social_effects_culture.pdf