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Do you buy art?

Buy? Man, you can’t put a price tag on art.
My home is filled with many fine paintings and antiquities.
I support what I can, but I’m on a limited budget.
Um … I’m actually still dodging my kid’s requests to pony up for a finger painting on the fridge.

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Spring Arts 2014

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Art v. Craft: Spring Arts Annual



While Art lounges in a fainting couch, twirling its monocle and sucking down a dry martini, Craft bumbles its way through Applebee’s wearing culottes and a fanny pack. Art only watches documentaries and foreign films. Craft is a big Will Ferrell fan. That’s what some people would have you believe, anyway. The truth about the distinction between Art and Craft is a great deal more complicated, definitely less cliché, and entirely subjective anyway. Arts Editor Erin Messer makes her spring arts debut by exploring the relationship between art and craft, with a little help in the form of extensive calendar listings from Calendar Editor Trever Dias, who also makes his spring arts debut.

—Ashley Schwellenbach, managing editor

 

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