Perhaps you have a favorite finger painting by your toddler hanging on the refrigerator or a prized print of Kandinsky’s Yellow-Red-Blue hanging in your living room.
Maybe you spend your evenings relaxing with the likes of Bob Marley or Hank Williams.
Whatever your tastes, you appreciate art in some form.
But while most of us have a favorite painting or style of music, it’s rare that our political candidates are asked about their connections to the arts.
That’s what makes tonight’s Columbia candidates forum so unusual and so worthwhile.
One Columbia for Arts and Culture, the city-backed nonprofit that advocates