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LANDMARKS;THE WEEK OF SEPTEMBER 23, 1996;ATTITUDES;SAYING IT ARTFULLY

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The School of Visual Arts in Manhattan marks its 50th anniversary with a new poster campaign that will run in subways and bus shelters. The campaign also aims to call attention to what the school feels is the de plorable condition of arts funding and education. SVA faculty members, including illustrator Jerry Moriarty (above), created the 10 posters.
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