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Some people feel that the nude form is something that should be hidden away both in art and the artist's classroom and they frequently write to ARC expressing trepidation about the fact that we display nude drawings, paintings, and sculptures in the ARC Museum. This article describes their complaints and attempts to respond to their concerns and makes a case for the value of nudity in art and the training of artists.