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FWIW, The Kennedy Center http://artsedge.kennedy-center.org/
over on the other coast seems not to have lost the committment to
education. Until Artsednet opened up it had a vital listserve on
the Visual as well as the other arts. DBAE is a fairly Modernist
perspective and is beginning to seem dated at times for all its
Changing which listserv one is subscribed to or adding a new one
is not an especially difficult task.
For that matter, over on intranets.com http://www.intranets.com
it's possible to build something new and specific to a group
without requiring institutional support. It could have galleries
and a number of other features not found in the listserv format.
> The Getty is moving away from supporting Arts Education. I not
> their new focus is going to be, but this decision is something
of a joke in
> some museum groups. It also causes a hardship, because we have
> their research as justification for education programs at the
> Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
> CAM Administrator
> San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art
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