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I guess what made me feel so up about the conference was the people and the place. I went
from 40 degrees to 80 and sunshine!---- and got to meet some wonderful art educators.
I can't say that I was all that impressed with the presentations, but I admire the people
that took the time to write proposals and give the presentations.
One workshop was a total disappointment, not at all what I expected. It was more like a
Girl Scout project ( in fact it was with a kit). I really enjoyed the Binney & Smith
Portfolio Series workshop.
One of my highlights was meeting with the Middle Level Division committee and getting
involved with that group. We need more people to mark that they are middle level
educators on their membership (51% of class time with middle school level) if we are to
get more presentations for middle school and better placements. It seemed most middle
school presentations were on Monday ( not a good time since most people went to the Getty
> The National was a let down this time around with very few hands on workshops and a
> lot of disertations being read. I was glad that I had not shelled out for as much as
> others. I felt bad for those folks. On the bright side it was really nice to meet all
> the Artsedneters and Judy from Sax.Thanks for the tags Judy. Did anyone else go and
> feel they had a great time and stuff that they could use???
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