President Trump proposes cuts for funding to the Arts. UW-Green Bay students in Prof. Ellen Rosewell’s (Art and Design) class are trying to make their voices heard. Wearegreenbay.com visited campus and interviewed Rosewell and student Claire Kitzerow. “The biggest argument that I have for saving the National Endowment of the Arts is that eliminating the NEA tells the people that our government does not support or care about our quality of life,” said Kitzerow.
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9 Jan, 2020