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Idefine minimal conditions as
circumstances that inhibit or limit
the potential of an art program,
and I consider "bare bones art" to
be a consequence of minimal
conditions. Minimal conditions I have
encountered include being
overwhelmed by responsibility for art
programs in multiple buildings, having
no art room, sharing a room with other
disciplines, too little time with students,
too little or no money for cons