Art in Action: A Way of Working
by Helen Baker, Ruth Whitney Jones, Deborah Hunt, Muriel E. Logan & Margaret L. White - 1946
To our way of thinking Horace Mann-Lincoln's production of High and Wide! was distinguished by the fact that it was the original expression of a group of artists. Some were working on the staff level; some were students. The exciting thing was that one hundred and fifty persons searched together for an idea and experimented with the most appropriate form in which to develop it. Through the experience, both students and faculty members learned much about a better way of life.
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