CHF: The Key Role of Artists in Transforming Our Communities

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[Published by The Clark Hulings Fund for Visual Artists, April 6, 2019]

With more than 40 years of experience as an artist and educator, W.C. “Chip” Richardson has seen the art world from many different perspectives. Currently, he is the chairman of the art department at the University of Maryland, which in 2015 established a partnership with the famed Phillips Collection in Washington, DC. He is also a successful painter whose art is held in numerous public and corporate collections, including six commissioned works that are permanently installed at DC’s Reagan National Airport. In this “Spotlight” interview with CHF Editorial Director Sofia Perez, Richardson discusses changes in the art industry, academia, and our culture at large, including the many ways that artists enrich our communities…

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