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Will you have access to a central purchasing plan? There is often a
cooperative buying plan in many areas. Our public schools do this and we may
secure basics at a much reduced cost. I too am in Ohio and I know this is
available in many areas. I buy several reams of 24 x 36 white sulphite
about 80lb wieght. I buy alot of the 12" x 18" white drawing same weight
and type. Tempera, several sizes of brushes, acrylic polymer, clay, brayers,
printing ink, scissors, glue, pastels, oil pastels, charcoal, paper clips,
staplers, hole punches, metalyn or ross papier mache paste. Things from home
could be the glue, scissors, crayons, colored pencils, markers, rulers.Other
things from homes yarns, needles, threads, empty containers for water
buckets, a uniform size helps. Collect foam lunch trays for many uses from
the school cafeteria.. Make shift clay tools can start you off, box of paper
clips and popsicle sticks, old odds and ends. I am in Kettering Ohio, You
would be very welcome to visit to check out my room and supplies. Susan in
Ohio artsbennett is another email you may reach me. Best wishes.
I had a student teacher this year who is and has been a professional artist
for 20 years. She found jsut watching other peoples systems helpful. Tha
goes for all of us.
From: Debra Kozak <berkana>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <artsednet>
Date: Saturday, April 08, 2000 7:33 PM
Subject: Introduction and Request for Help
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