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Re: Miami conference & sites nearby! (fwd)

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From: Robert L. Snyder (rsnyder_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Feb 09 2002 - 10:34:00 PST


Forgot to include their ph. # : (305)248-6345 for hrs. and info. Didn't
see a web site listed on their brochure.

From: Robert L. Snyder <rsnyder@wam.umd.edu>
Subject: Re: Miami conference & sites nearby!

And don't forget to take in the Coral Castle which is on Route 1 about a
1/2 hr. drive south of Miami in the Homestead area. Its a
fascinating (and a bit 'quirky') sculpture garden and house all built out
of coral by one man (Ed Leedskalnin) in the 1930s. Kind of a small
Stonehenge with an Amish flavor to it: he used simple hand tools and
scrap materials from old cars and machinery to construct this interesting
place.

A must see for artists and art teachers who are more involved with
sculpture, ceramics and 3-D. Costs about $8 to get into this privately run
museum and gift shop, but you also get an informative and fun tour/tour
guide.
- Rob Snyder, elem. school art teacher, Maryland

 On Mon,
4 Feb 2002 Artystyc3@aol.com wrote:

> There's lots of places worth visiting!!
>
> The MOMA ( Museum of Miami Arts),
> The Wolfsonian Museum and the Margulies Sculpture Garden at Fla.
> International University,
> Vizcaya: the winter home of James Deering and an Italian Renaissance styled
> Villa,
> Historic South Beach with it's Art Deco Section on Ocean Drive,
> I believe these were all offered in off worksite tours.
>
> What I'm sad about is that I met Clyde Buther at the F.A.E.A. Conference and
> he was going to offer an Everglades Photography tour of his backyard (which
> is the Everglades) and it's not on the schedule.......sniff....
> See you there-
> Patti from CoralSprings, Fl.
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