Arts & Humanities

Removal of Colonialism from Art

Arts & Humanities

Posted by: Stuart31314627

5th Jun 2024 12:31am

It seems that much of our art is now being 'cancelled' if it's deemed to have offended people based on events long ago in history. E.g, statues removed of explorers that are said to have hurt Aboriginals. What do people think of this? Is this wokeness or acceptable?

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