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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Debi13
Wed, 24 Feb 1999 21:56:49 EST
It is a time to find out the issues and trends of your professional
organization. You can know what the issues are before they are part of the
You can meet legendary art educators, all of those whose research and books
you have cherished for years. You can see and hear them speak in person and
if you are lucky, have a meaningful conversation with them regarding some
You can meet new friends (I've met some treasured new folks) from regions
vastly different from your own but who have similar experiences and interests.
You can visit host cities, meet artists and see artworks from the best
collections as well as tour local arts collections and areas of interest.
You can share concerns, issues, ideas, hopes, fears, dreams and yourself, as a
committed art educator.
Best of all you will be contributing to your national professional
organization and the status of art education, nationwide for years to come.
We hope you will join us in Washington, D.C. March 24-28,1999.