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[teacherartexchange] Art Education in New York City


From: Rosemary Etherton (etherton_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sun Feb 03 2008 - 15:49:58 PST

Hello everyone,

My name is Rosemary Etherton and I'm an art teacher from Melbourne,
Australia. In a few weeks I will be visiting New York and I was
wondering if anyone on the teacher art exchange list would know where
I could go to find a good art education supplier which would have
some great Art Ed books. We have a place here called Zart Art which
not only supplies a large range of art materials for schools but it
also has regular exhibitions of students' work from various schools
and some books relating to Art Education.

It's the books which I'm most interested in - I know that the USA
will have heaps to offer in this area and because I only have 11 days
in New York I want to go straight to the source if I can.

Does anyone have any ideas?



On 04/02/2008, at 4:46 AM, Judy Decker wrote:

> Dear Art Educators,
> Many of you may be interested in this New York Times article about
> Jasper Johns exhibit at the Met.
> The Gray Areas of Jasper Johns
> Article includes photograph of Johns and slide show of selections in
> the exhibit.
>>> To hear it from curators, gray is not just a familiar color for Mr.
> Johns but the essence of a long metaphysical journey, an exploration
> of "the condition of gray itself." At least that's the premise of a
> sprawling exhibition of his work that opens Tuesday at the
> Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.
> But when pressed on the show's focus, he said simply: "Yes, gray has
> been important to me. But I don't tend to think of it as separate from
> the rest of my work."
> Exhibit - February 5, 2008–May 4, 2008
> You might also be interested in this article and slide show of
> expressionistic work by Richard Diebenkorn during his stay in New
> Mexico.
> An Expressionist in Albuquerque
> Richard Diebenkorn's progress during his stay in New Mexico is the
> subject of a radiant hodgepodge of a show at the Grey Art Gallery at
> New York University.
> More from New York Times
> Regards,
> Judy Decker
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