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Re: artsednet-digest V2 #709

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kirby140
Mon, 6 Apr 1998 09:23:38 -0400


I think Bob was trying to get our input, not our criticism
of him personally. He brings up some valid points, that we
all must consider. Are we teaching 'fine arts" to our students
or just "arts & craps" ?
posted by
Kirby McDowell, MFA
doctoral student, Faber College, NH
kirby140

On Sun, 5 Apr 1998 08:41:54 -0700 bonniecapehart (Bonnie
Capehart) writes:
>xxxxxxx wrote:
>>Date: Fri, 3 Apr 1998 23:29:28 -0500
>>From:xxxxxxxxxx xxxxxxx
>>Subject: Re: second revision of files/themes today C:
>>
>>why are many postings tied to holiday art? Aren't we at the end of
>>the
>>twentieth-century
>>trying to free ourselves from "holiday art" and the like. Let the
>>classroom teachers dish
>>out that stuff. It ain't for me. How do the rest of you feel ?
>
>
>As a primary classroom teacher, Holidays is part of our curriculum and
>I love the lesson ideas I receive on this list serve. But also, since
>I was a Fine Arts major in college I love the reading all of the art
>lesson ideas and debates on this list serve. I hope that this list
>serve will continue to serve everyone.
>bonniecapehart
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