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a civil right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution

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The top court based its ruling on two reasons, one from the perspective of property rights and another from the perspective of freedom of expression and the right to artistic freedom.
Gandhi had a unique status in the country and lampooning him by way of cartoons or satirical verses, however surreal they Says people can't abuse citing artistic freedom
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Gregory is presented as the champion of placing the theatre's artistic freedom above State financial support during the negotiations, and it would be fair to say that Yeats would naturally have paled by comparison.
The Peredvizhnik ideal of artistic freedom also tied in with their keen interest in contemporary social phenomena, hence the consciously tendentious visual culture that developed within the group during the latter decades of Tsarist Russia.
This arrest not only hinders the artistic freedom and freedom of expression in Lebanon," the statement said.
He also says that the students' growing talent has proven to him that while territorial boundaries can separate and encroach on personal development, they cannot impinge on artistic freedom.
TUNIS, August 26, 2010 (TAP) - The Forum of Progress stemming from the People's Unity Party (PUP)'s "L'Unite" newspaper organised, on Wednesday evening, as part of its cultural activities, a meeting on the theme "The image and the sacred between artistic freedom and religious taboos," attended by Tunisian academics and researchers.
ed, who is the president of Universal Society of Hinduism, said that they were fully supportive of the artistic freedom and expression and did not want any unnecessary censorship, but were highly concerned about the increasing presence of the immodest and risquE[umlaut] scenes in the movies which were there simply for "mercantile greed" having nothing to do with cinematic elements.
Some will argue that his is merely a stage show and that he is entitled to artistic freedom.
A spokesperson for Arts Council England, who awarded Mr Ali with the prestigious diversity award, said: "The Arts Council supports artistic freedom and does not shy from controversial art.
Lizzie Douglass, 14, a pupil from Grangefield School, Stockton, said they were set tasks then given the artistic freedom to develop them.
Rostropovich died this year in Moscow at age eighty, having built his reputation as a cellist and conductor who also was an proponent of artistic freedom during the cold war.
Others came to these shores in search of economic or artistic freedom.
It gives them greater artistic freedom and allows them to keep more of the profits.