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-3- On Wednesday evening, January 30, "The Arts in the World Community", a panel discussion by leading persons in the world of creative arts promises to be of great interest (Small auditorium, Hunter College). Moderator of the program will be Bartlett H. Hayes, Jr., Director of the Addison Gallery of American Art, Phillips Academy, Andover, Massachusetts. Panel members are: Henry Billings (painter and President of Artists Equity Association); George Howe (professor of architecture at Yale University and pioneer in modern architectural design); Sidney Kingsley (playwright, who has written such successes as Men in White, Dead End, The Patriot, and the 1950-51 Broadway and road success, Darkness at Noon); Marianne Moore (poet, whose recent book of Collected Poems, published by MacMillan, has received wide acclaim); William Schuman (President of Juilliard School of Music, New York City, and composer whose works have received many awards including his ballet, Judith, which claimed the New York Music Critics circle 1951 award for music for the dance. The audience at this meeting, which will also include representative workers in these fields, will be expected to join in the discussion. All delegates are invited to attend. The final day of the Conference will be marked by a general session where a summation will be given of the discussions of the past four days. This session is to be followed by a luncheon for all delegates at the Waldorf Astoria Hotel.
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