Sun, 14 January 2018
This episode of the Sculptor's Funeral examines the controversy surrounding the removal of statues from public spaces around the United States. Why are statues commemorating the losing side of a civil war more prevalent than those commemorating the victors of other wars? What is the message they were designed to send - and who sent the message? Jason examines this fascinating case study in public art as propaganda.
Direct download: Episode_72_-_Confederate_statues_and_the_Power_of_Propaganda.mp3
Category:News and Notes -- posted at: 12:00am EDT