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Unformatted text preview: Essay One: What’s Worth Preserving? Background: The year is 2030. As a global environmental catastrophe looms, artists and academics have gathered to choose a large collection of art that will be shipped to the moon where it can be maintained in pristine condition indefinitely. As a college student you have been selected to advise the committee. Your Task: Choose one piece of art – it can be a painting, the master recording of a song, a film, a sculpture, anything you think is worthy of preservation. Provide the committee with historical information about the work of art you selected; when was it produced? By whom? Most importantly, please tell the committee why you think the work you have selected is important enough to be preserved. Provide a short description of a single theme or element in the work and explain what you feel is significant about it...
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- Spring '06
- Psychology, Writer, 928 Hand, global environmental catastrophe, adequate background material