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  • Are the Changing Attitudes from Traditional Religions to More New Age Religions Being Reflected by Some of the Participants on the Blake Prize?

     

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ID number:448451
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Published: 13.06.2004.
Language: English
Level: Secondary school
Literature: n/a
References: Not used
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The Blake Prize is an Australian national based art competition where the artists create masterpieces with religious contributions, themes and images. The prestige of the 'Blake' has been founded on its independence and its committed encouragement of contemporary artists. The Blake Prize has been very successful considering that there are no secure sources of funds; the Blake Prize relies on yearly donations and the efforts of volunteer workers. There are no paid staff, and the continuation of the Society's activities is a tribute to the prestige it is held in the community.

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