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“We could not and would not be able to know our neighbor, ourselves, or the world around us without music, movement, visual arts, and language. Our artists pay obsessive attention to the visible and invisible. Their creativity speaks about what is apparent and inaccessible, about subtleties and voids. This Is their passion and their burden. The arts show us we are human and depict our agency and impotence, our beauty and horror.”


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