Tuesday, March 03, 2009


Sweden's University College of Arts, Craft and Design is cracking down on students' overly creative art projects:
The school launched an internal investigation after it was revealed that advisors had approved an art project in which a student faked a public suicide attempt and then pretended to suffer from psychosis at a Stockholm-area psychiatric clinic.
Prompting a priceless reaction from the clinic:
"She and the head of the school ought to cut their hair and get a real job,” wrote Dr. David Eberhard from Stockholm's St. Göran's Hospital following the incident.
The ultimate creative art requires a successful suicide.


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