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Young masters

With graduate degrees in hand, five artists talk about what they learned in school

By Cate McQuaid
Globe Correspondent / June 13, 2004

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Timothy Horn, 39, sculptor, Massachusetts College of Art "MassArt is the last [free-standing] public art school in the US, and has this social philosophy about it. It's a funny school, a bit beaten up, but it has an energy and sense of opportunity you wouldn't get at a big fat art school, and an anarchistic spirit. (Full Article: 1198 Words)

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