Americans use the Internet to view paintings, sculpture and photography; to read literature; to enjoy music, theater or dance performances; and to post their own art - including music, films, video and creative writing. They use electronic media, new and old, to observe kinds of art events - jazz, classical music, dance, theater and opera. Whether using a cell phone, radio or TV, they viewed or listened to programs about artists, artworks and museums. Media technologies connect Americans from diverse backgrounds to artworks that otherwise might be unavailable to them. This new book examines how Americans participate in the arts via electronic and digital media. (Imprint: Nova Press)
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