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Carolyn and All: FYI There were less vendors because there was less space
for vendors! As a vendor, I am not partial to that particular hotel as the
setting. It is dark and smaller than most of the others. I don't know what
kind of space the Hilton in NYC will provide, but I'm guessing it will be
bigger and better. Judy
From: croberts [b2w6w4kn]
Sent: Wednesday, April 05, 2000 7:34 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re:NAEA a let down
>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???
I didn't feel there were enough secondary presentations but I talked to
someone who is involved and he said they did not receive anymore secondary
And you were right...I thought some of the paid hands-on workshops were not
described good enough...because there were so many that were so
elementary...and you would have never have known it from their descriptions.
Many of them, I just walked out of.
And I believe there were less vendors this time...many of them were art
schools...but that may be due to the "far west location".
I did enjoy getting together with everybody though and it was great for Judy
to provide those.
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