I see you signed in on the Yahoo site. Glad that you joined us.
Most of us are on a different list: email@example.com
You can sign up for it at: http://www.artsednet.getty.edu/
I suggest that you join ArtsEdNet, it's the greatest group on the web.
We set up the Yahoo group cause the Getty server goes down
at odd times and we miss the dialogue with each other. It's good
to see new blood joining the profession. Also, I appreciate
your clear explanation of printmaking procedures on your web site.
I will use them with my students when we get back to school.
When I subbed, 26 years ago, I always had the
3rd graders draw portraits of their teacher (after a dialogue about
what they looked like). I do a good bit of printmaking with my students.
I have work and lessons at:
http://www.taospaint.com/NewPress.html http://www.taospaint.com/LessonCollographPrint.html http://www.taospaint.com/LessonSelfPortraitPrints.html http://www.taospaint.com/WhyIprint.html
I've visited San Francisco a few times and really love your city.
Thanks for joining us, Woody in KC
Jean Eger wrote:
> I'd like to introduce myself briefly. I received a
> teaching credential in art last summer from San Francisco State University,
> but no art job yet. I've been subbing in San Francisco, which has been very
> interesting and, at times, fun. One of my favorite emergency lessons is to
> ask kids to draw their name in fat letters and then fill them with patterns.
> Do you have a favorite art sub lesson? Re stress: I have to squeeze in time
> for my printmaking passion--online print exchanges with people all over the
> world! My web site contains a "how to" lesson on making a woodblock print
> and a bunch of other stuff you might enjoy. ArtsEdNet Talk is fascinating.
> I'm only limited by the time it takes to read 71 messages! Thanks for being
> generous with your art activities.
> Jean Eger Womack