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>Beth and all,
>I have never taken a Crizmac workshop, but I have heard from other art
>teachers at the national convention that they are great.
>The Spanish teacher and I are taking the seminar/trip in Oaxaca, Mexico
>next fall during the Days of the Dead. We are pumped. School gave us a
>week off to attend and our tuition allotment helped to pay for the seminar.
> We are getting credit from the Univ. of Cali, Irvine through a
>I understand that we need 12 fellow travelers to make the trip fly. I sure
>hope there are others of you out there who will take the it. This is the
>first time it has been scheduled at this prime festival time in the hopes
>that the opprtunity would be maximized even though it is during school
>time. Be creative, gang! Talk your way into this. It should be fantastico.
>Are there any other Crizmac traveling veterans out there? Speak up.
I took the Crizmac trip to Oaxaca, Mexico City and Cuernavaca last
summer. It was well planned, and jam packed for the amount of days. I
especially enjoyed going to the villages and seeing the people where
they made the crafts - including several well known artisans such as
Fuentes, Jimenez, and Aguilar.
I would like to go again! Well worth it.
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