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Re: More pics from 2004 Scholastic Arts


From: Woody Duncan (wduncan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Feb 10 2004 - 13:20:47 PST

        Sorry about West Texas. I drove through that place a couple
of years back going from Taos to San Antonio. Not a fun place.
The teachers you mention in Garden City are most likely the ones
who impressed me when KAEA had a conference there. Lots of very
impressive cardboard sculpture was what impressed me the most.
I stole some good ideas that time. Good luck on getting out of Texas.
                                                        Woody in KC

Donald Peters wrote:
> I did a little research and found out they are still doing their own thing
> in Western Kansas. The teachers I mentioned are Phil Bunton and Jack Simpson
> from Garden City High School. Unfortunately Garden City High Schools website
> stinks! so their isn't any art on the site... they DO take their students to
> Taos and Santa Fe every year.
> If you ever meet these guys you'd remember. I've never met another teacher
> more involved in the success of their students--and it shows in their
> students artwork.
> I'm teaching in West Texas now (for the last 8 years) and have eaten enough
> dust... time to move on.
> Donald Peters

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