Artistic expression and its development should not be a concern of the State. Such a concern is an attempt to mandate aesthetic judgment and taste.
There should be no involvement of the State in the arts, neither a supportive nor negative role. As we oppose censorship, so we oppose government subsidies, grants and commissions to both individual artists and organizations such as tax-supported museums.
Taxation of any individual to support another―an artist or not―a form of theft. Taxation of an artist to support another artist is a form of censorship.
Therefore, we oppose all government programs concerning the arts, such as the California Arts Council, and urge their prompt dissolution.