Ecotopia: The Notebooks and Reports of William Weston - Page 133-150 Summary & Analysis

Ernest Callenbach
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ECOTOPIAN MUSIC, DANCE, OTHER ARTS

In Ecotopia, pretty much everyone participates in art. There an abundance of professionals and amateurs making attempts at anything from dancing, to writing, to sculpting and painting, to music and video. Due to the large amount of people striving for recognition, the competition is very tough, and many aspiring artists are forced to take other jobs and pursue their art careers on the side.

Music plays a large role in Ecotopian art, with every large family, farm, or factory having its own musical group. Most of this music is based on dance rhythm, and pretty much everyone dances on a regular basis.

HOSPITALS AND HEATH CARE: THE ECOTOPIAN WAY

Weston describes the hospitals in Ecotopia as small and rustic in appearance, but with a highly trained and dedicated staff. The staff almost outnumbers the patients, and is trained not only...

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