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RE: PRIMITIVE ART/WEB PAGE DESIGN

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Robert Beeching (robprod)
Fri, 12 Dec 1997 15:34:26 -0800

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In response to Judy J's comments on the nature of being an "artist":

ALL SO-CALLED "PRIMITIVE" ART is based on "cultural transmission";
something sadly lacking in current U.S.art ed. practices. The Nigerian
culture has perpetuated a high quality output of drawing, painting,
weaving, printing, and sculpture for the past 2000 yrs. by developing
master artisans who in turn pass on their knowledge of processes and
skills development to their neophytes; not unlike the teaching of MUSIC,
DANCE, DRAMA, and SPORTS in current public school education. The VISUAL
ARTS are no different. All "artists" begin as "craftspersons." Those
with the ability for making refined visual statements may become
Artists!
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WEB PAGE DESIGN and ANIMATION FOR NON-PROGRAMMERS:

To by-pass time-consumming HTML CODING, there is a non-programming web
page format designed for non-programmers which is fast and flexible. FOR
FREE TRIAL SEE:

<http://www.microsoft.com/frontpage/default.html>

FREE TRIAL OFFER EXPIRES 12/15/97

For PAGE EXAMPLES and FREE TRIAL ANIMATION PROGRAM, SEE:

<http://members.tripod.com/~robprod/index.html>

HAPPY HOLIDAYS!
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MZ

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