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Title: Arts in Architecture
Author: Holten, John
Abstract: The fine arts can be viewed as divine marker to a cultural identity. As a non-essential activity to the survival of man, arts are infused with all of the free thought of the contemporary. More specifically, theatre is a direct correlation between the arts, architecture, and the human body; making a direct connection between culture and the built form. Even as cultural evolution transends generations the link between arts and architecture will be finite. Grand Forks, North Dakota has an ever-expanding culture of arts. Rapid growth brings the possibility of great change and has the potential to spark new ideas. This being said, Grand Forks is the ideal location for an investigation of arts, architecture and cultural identity, manifested in a 1,000 seat theater.
Date: 2010-05
Subject: Theater architecture.
Theaters -- North Dakota -- Grand Forks.
Permalink: http://hdl.handle.net/10365/9205

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