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[ Thread ][ Subject ][ Author ][ Date ]Betty Bowen
Tue, 26 Jan 1999 12:49:32 -0600
This may sound completely silly to most of you. As someone looking for their
first job, but looking at the Sax catalog for two hours straight on
Saturday, it occurs to me that I don't know what I should bring, personally,
materials-wise, to a classroom. How much (not asking for $ specifics,
really) did youall purchase yourselves before you started? Having had a
frame shop and having produced art seriously for 20 years I have a lot of
stuff, but where do I draw the boundaries of what I provide and what I
e? Also, did you stock up on "resource" materials, like the prints/ videos/
books beforehand? Yes, I realize this may be a quandary mostly limited to
those of us who are "alternative" candidates so don't have shelves of art-ed
books and files of practice lesson plans. (I'm certifying in High School
Reply: Maggie White: "Re: starting out"