U. of Oregon Ends Community Art Class With Nudes

September 26, 2014

The University of Oregon is ending a community art class in which members of the public could draw figures from nude models, The Register-Guard reported. The university says that as the program has become well-known, the university believes it must provide better security for the models, but cannot afford to do so. Some participants in the program say that they don't believe there are any real security issues involved.


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