Steve Cagan Interview, 14 July 2006

Steve Cagan, a native New Yorker, details a life of art and activism in Cleveland since the 1970s. Cagan's description of Cleveland as a center of social and political activism sheds light on the political and social culture of Cleveland in the wake of economic transformation. The correlation between art and politics is discussed at length.

Participants: Cagan, Steve (interviewee) / Hons, Justin (interviewer) / Yanoshik-Wing, Emma (interviewer)
Collection: Ingenuity Fest
Institutional Repository: Cleveland Regional Oral History Collection

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