Oregon Declaration of Creative Rights: Effective Arts Education Advocacy
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The Oregon Arts Commission in Portland convened the first annual Oregon Arts Education Congress on October 17, 2008. The main objective of the Congress was to discuss the ten themes or articles in the new Oregon Declaration of Creative Rights. The purpose of this study was to analyze the legitimacy and pertinence of the ten themes set forth in the Oregon Declaration of Creative Rights and to propose methods for its effective use as an advocacy tool in the state of Oregon.
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