Friday, June 22, 2018

This Is What Political Correctness Gets You

Artist and art professor Edward Noriega had his artwork removed (read: censored) due to the nature of its content. It appears Noriega’s artwork, which contained swastikas and references to Nazis, criticized Alabama’s stance on immigration and Latinos. Granted, the artwork is not that rigorous or complex, but that certainly doesn’t mean the director of the Talladega’s Heritage Hall Museum should simply remove the work. Here’s what the Heritage Hall does,

In recent years, Heritage Hall Museum’s exhibitions have included prestigious work, locally and nationally known, some dealing with art history, others focusing on the finest works of today. Currently, Heritage Hall is fast becoming nationally known for its provision of quality arts experiences for the public.

Let the audience decide, with their feet. Via The Huffington Post.


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