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On Tue, 30 Jan 1996, Nancy Walkup wrote:
> Date: Tue, 30 Jan 1996 14:28:22 CST6CDT
> From: Nancy Walkup <walkup>
> To: tbarrett
> Cc: artsednet.edu
> Subject: Skoglund on ArtsEdNet
> Being somewhat of a "content junkie," I'm very impressed with
> the quality, organization, and amount of information on ArtsEdNet
> about Sandy Skoglund. I've been alerting our teachers to look for it and
> have also downloaded it to share with teachers who currently have no
> access to the Web.
> We had an exhibition of Sandy Skoglund's work a few years ago
> here at the University of North Texas. Since we had slides still available from
> the teacher workshop we developed in conjunction with that exhibit, I was
> able to provide the teachers with images they could use in the classroom.
> Hopefully I can share teacher feedback with you as I hear from the
> teachers about their classroom experiences.
> I do have a question for you that relates to discussions we've
> been having here at our Institute about DBAE art production.
> activities. I realize that the Skoglund site is primarily
> concerned with criticism, but I would like to know:
> what significant art production activity or activities would you
> consider appropriate to accompany a critical discussion of Skoglund's
> work? And, in a broader sense, what criteria do you think are
> important in developing meaningful production activities in DBAE
> lessons centered around a work of art? Perhaps others on
> ArtsEdNet might also like to contribute to the discussion.
> Nancy Walkup, Project Coordinator
> North Texas Institute for Educators on the Visual Arts
> PO Box 5098, University of North Texas 76203
> 817/565-3986 FAX 817/565-4867