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Imagination and diversity: Europe"s richness verbatim documents part 2 concerning the international conference, Amsterdam, 3-5 Oct. 1990. by Cooperation on Education in the Arts (Conference) (1990 Amsterdam)

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Published by Hochschule der Künste on behalf of the European League of Institutes of the Arts in Berlin .
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