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a life rather than a career. They have to experience the wide variety of things that life can give you, all the changes that can happen.” William Robinson’s cover story interview with Louise Martin-Chew for this issue of is a fascinating read, full of apt observations and good advice, especially for anyone whose life is involved in the visual arts.

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