Beyond Boundaries: the arts after the events of 2001

Notes

Documentation of a speech given by Peter Hewitt. 18 March 2002.

Artist / Author Peter Hewitt
Publisher Arts Council England
Reference P1723
Date 2002
Type Publication

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