"Art that Works: T. Allan Comp and the Reclamation of a Toxic Legacy" by Erik Reece
Announcing Issue No. 5 from the DemocraticVistasProfiles: Essays in the Arts and Democracy
"Art that Works: T. Allan Comp and the Reclamation of a Toxic Legacy" by Erik Reece. A profile of the founder of AMD&ART (Acid Mine Drainage & Art) and his organization's effort to work with the community of Vintondale, PA to reclaim and renew what the coal mining industry left behind. The result is a perfect synthesis of art, science, and community design.
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DemocraticVistasProfiles is a continuing series of literary profiles featuring artists and arts leaders who live and work at the intersection of the arts and democratic life.
Center for Arts Policy at Columbia College Chicago
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