By Sarah Fenske and Amy Silverman Just when it felt like the Valley's arts community was growing strong, it shrunk. First it was Wellington "Duke" Reiter, dean of the college of design at Arizona State University, announcing that he was headed for greener pastures (namely, the Art Institute of Ch ... More >>
Overwritten and understated
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