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A longtime advocate of the arts in Montreal, Brault has taken action to re-establish that city as one of the most culturally accomplished communities in Canada. No Culture, No Future
is part of his campaign to convince the people and governments
of cities across Canada that investment in the arts benefits all citizens.
Paperback, 170 pages
Published May 21st 2010 by Cormorant Books
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Andy Mcilwain
Feb 02, 2012 Andy Mcilwain rated it it was ok
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Starts off as a good read, but gets too heavy and preachy as the chapters progress. It might be worthwhile for academics focusing on the role of culture in society, but as a casual read, it doesn't work for me.
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Found this book at the Montreal Museum of Art. Looks awesome!!!
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Simon Brault est actif au sein du milieu culturel depuis plus de 25 ans. Il est directeur général de l’École nationale de théâtre depuis 1997, vice-président du Conseil des arts du Canada depuis 2004 et premier président élu de l’organisme Culture Montréal depuis 2002.

Plusieurs distinctions ont souligné son engagement pour la reconnaissance sociale des arts et de la culture. En août 2005, il a reç
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