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From: Curt James (curt_james_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Thu Jul 12 2001 - 06:23:56 PDT

L. P. Skeen wrote about otters:

> I thought they were salt water critters.


Bunki Kramer wrote regarding
the importance of July 11, 2001:

<< Today is a most auspicious day.
It is both Judy Decker's anniversary and
Carolyn Roberts' birthday. We wish
you both the best. Toodles...... >>

Belated good wishes to you all!
Thanks for the info, Bunki.


Jane in Brooklyn wrote:

> The visual arts requirement,
> if I understand properly, in some
> instances can be replaced by anything
> from home economics to
> long as it can be called an "art."
> Doesn't "any old art will do" marginalize
> visual art (again).
> If any of "the arts" can be considered art,

There should be room for all aspects
of learning in our schools, but typically the
squeakiest wheel gets the most oil?

Let's just continue to squeak, in an
educated manner, of course, regarding the
importance of drawing, painting,
sculpting, and becoming familiar with
and appreciating all forms of 2D
and 3D art.


Re: you WILL remove me from your mailing list

LOL! I visit ArtsEdNet Talk and
subscribe to this list for the wealth
of experience that I find here.

Art educators are truly some of the
most generous and genuine people
on God's Green Earth, but they can
be some of the funniest as well.

"You *will* remove me from your
dang mailing list. You WILL give me
my whopper without onions, my
change and you'll smile, too!"

That's the attitude (missed the original post),
whoever you are!

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