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The 2008 Florida Statutes

Chapter 265
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Section 265.282, Florida Statutes 2008

265.282  Legislative intent.--The Legislature recognizes the vast cultural resources available in the state for the development, promotion, and enjoyment of the fine arts. It is the intent of the Legislature by enactment of this legislation to provide for maximum efficiency in providing state support for, and gaining national and international recognition of, the efforts, works, and performances of Florida artists and art agencies. Furthermore, it is the intent of the Legislature to foster, through the programs created hereunder, the development of a receptive climate for the fine arts; to enrich culturally and benefit the citizens of this state in their daily lives; to make Florida visits and vacations all the more appealing to the world; and to attract to Florida residency additional outstanding creators in the fields of fine arts through appropriate programs of publicity, education, coordination, grants, and activities, such as sponsorship of art lectures and exhibitions and central compilation and dissemination of information on the progress of the fine arts in Florida.

History.--s. 1, ch. 80-319.

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