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RE: celluclay wall


From: Hillmer, Jan (HillmJan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Aug 23 2004 - 19:42:01 PDT

Woody, if you are referring to a park with many pictographs, I think I may have been there, years ago. At that time, we could see the new housing developments creeping ever closer - about a block away in some places. Hopefully, the road would preserve and not destroy the sacred art.

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        From: Woody Duncan []
        Sent: Mon 8/23/2004 8:53 PM
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        Subject: Re: celluclay wall

> > A teacher in my district was fired on the spot for having a graffitti
> > wall where kids could write whatever they wanted. A school board
> > member
        This November Albuquerque voters will be asked again to vote on a
        proposal to extend a major road over a small section of a very
        extensive expanse of old Native-American graffiti on the cities
        south side. One persons graffiti is anothers sacred art.
        I wonder if the original creators of this graffiti/art thought
        what they were doing would make such a
                                        Woody in Albuquerque
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