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Re: Special Visual Arts Programs for Low-Income Kids.

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Larry Cox (L_J_Cox)
Thu, 21 Jan 1999 17:34:42 -0700


I teach kids 4-12 through park depts, etc...for profit. I charge $9.00 a
lesson. But I give "scholarships" if I hear of a talented kid who can't
afford it. Usually where I lived before in CA those were Hispanic kiddos.
There was in that town a program for kids through the schools - I taught
there once. It was less expensive and I was paid a flat rate. I teach
beginning drawing and painting. I have done crafts, also. Good luck. L in
NM
-----Original Message-----
From: Sharpersbo <Sharpersbo>
To: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Date: Thursday, January 21, 1999 5:20 PM
Subject: Special Visual Arts Programs for Low-Income Kids.

>Hello Subscribers!
>
> I'm trying to create an independent visual arts program that would be
>directed to low-income, underprivileged kids, specifically, ages 3 to 9. I
>feel this is an area that perhaps does not have enough emphasis, or access
to
>the wonderful world of art expression.
> So, how do you start such a venture? (In a local sense or beyond.)
> I'm in the process of surfing (a new experience), and by luck came upon
>ArtEdNet Talk. I would be most appreciative of any suggestions of sites,
>research, experts, programs and projects and your valued experience.
> My background is that of a graphic designer and advertising art director,
but
>my passion now is art for this group of kids.
> Thanks a lot! And keep up your art vision for kids everywhere!
>
>
>Sam Harper
>Portland,OR
>sharpersbo