Samuel Hoi

President of Otis College of Art and Design

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Samuel Hoi on KCRW

Cutting back on music and arts education has often been justified in favor of reading, writing and math.  They're said to be more relevant to future employment.  In Southern…

Are the Arts the Key to LA's Future?

Cutting back on music and arts education has often been justified in favor of reading, writing and math.  They're said to be more relevant to future employment.  In Southern…

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