The Artist as Change Agent

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Art isn't just colors on canvass decorating a wall or random words strung together and called a poem. Art, through history, has played an important role in society. And artists, through their work, have provoked us to think, to see, sometimes to act. Wednesday at 9:00 on The Sound of Ideas: Artists as social agents and art as a vehicle to spur action. It's the yearlong theme at the Cleveland Institute of Art and the hour long theme of The Sound of Ideas. Join host Mike McIntyre. Photo Credit: Carlos Barria/Reuters

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Stephen Vetter, president, Partners of the Americas
Barbara Chira, academic director, Cores + Connections, Cleveland Institute of Art
Bruce Checefsky, director, Reinberger Galleries, Cleveland Institute of Art
Mark Chupp, assistant professor of community development, Case Western Reserve University

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