Subject: Re: The Youth Tag
From: KEVIN AUSTIN (KAUSTIN@vax2.concordia.ca)
Date: Fri Jul 30 1999 - 08:32:34 EDT
>At 3:39 PM -0400 7/29/99, Linda A. Seltzer wrote:
>> I would prefer "emerging" to be defined by level of
>>education completed rather than age.
>What about all the people who have been doing things for years and not
>studied much yet? Wasn't Gordon Mumma someone who didn't even go to school
>for his music?
Born, 1935), he studied french horn and piano (49-52) and
theory/composition (U of Mich) (52-53); co-founded the Ann Arbor Studio
(58-66), co-directed the ONCE Festival (60-68); was an acoustics research
assistant (62-63). Published in SOURCE.
He was at one time an "emerging" artist, but, IMV, rather clearly was not
so by the age of 35.
Maybe an emerging artist is someone who thinks they are, and a large
number of their peers agree?
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