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Art the Artist and Nation Building

By Institute Of African Studies, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

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The artist and his art are constantly battered. His luminous relevance to the society is beleaguered by the lopsidedness of the public mentality-a mentality, which denies an active involvement of art in technological or economic advancement. Art is however a vital force, a living magical force available as an instrument of tool for the development of man. The extent to which it goes in fulfilling this vital function depends largely on its application and on the motive for which it is applied. It is therefore the intention of this paper to examine, with some reference to its financial input, the role of art in economic development. The paper will also x-ray some biting problems inimical to meaningful and sustainable art professionalism.
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Abstract

The artist and his art are constantly battered. His luminous relevance  to the society is beleaguered by the lopsidedness of the public mentality-a mentality, which denies an active involvement of art in technological or economic advancement. Art is however a vital force, a living magical force available as an instrument of tool for the development of man. The extent to which it goes in fulfilling this vital function depends largely on its application and on the motive for which it is applied. It is therefore the intention of this paper to examine, with some reference to its financial input, the role of art in economic development. The paper will also x-ray some biting problems inimical  to meaningful and sustainable art professionalism.

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Institute Of African Studies, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

Institute Of African Studies, University Of Nigeria, Nsukka.

http://www.unn.edu.ng/academics/institute/institute-of-african-studies-2/

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