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>There are about a zillion thing that you could teach kids about art.
>worthwhile things. BUT, unless they are deeply nurtured as fertile for the
>earth the seeds will eventually fall on fallow ground and stony soil.
>Excitement about art, access to art, and empowerment as artist, is what I
>want to achieve... maybe some other stuff--details, knowledge, skill,
>understanding, along the way. But first, I want a foundation for them that
>won't be breached.
>Art-on-a-cart is a challenge more than it is an obstacle.
>You have to find a way to strip away innessential stuff that will be caught
>later in hopefully better circumstances.
>Someone excited about art and commited to it can't be stopped from learning
>everything important about it on their own. ..maybe?