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Re: American folk art

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Adriana Portella (portella.br)
Wed, 15 Jul 1998 22:58:38 -0300


Hello, Lai!!!

I am Adriana, from Brazil.
By American Folk Art you mean all Americas?

If you need some help from South America, mostly Brazil, here I am!

And, please, make it clear, because I would like to know exactly what do you
need...

Tropical kisses!

Adri

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Adriana Pires Portella
Kidcafe-Escola Asssistant Manager
portella.br
portella

-----Mensagem original-----
De: Lai Shu-Ju Alice <lai.78>
Para: artsednet.edu <artsednet.edu>
Data: Quarta-feira, 15 de Julho de 1998 22:48
Assunto: American folk art

>Dear All:
>
>I am a graduate students, and I am interested in American folk art. This
>subject will be my major study in these few years. Now, I had problems
about
>the definition of American folk art, and the examples of American folk art.
>I did research a little bit, but too many different views toward definition
>and examples. Perhaps, someone out there is experiencing in this subject,
>and maybe you would like to share your study with us.
>
>Speaking of the lesson plan, I am teaching an arts class, and I eager to
>introduce American folk art to my students, so here are my questions. I am
>interested that how the other teachers in high school or college level
teach
>about American folk art. Is there any activities related to the making of
>American folk art? Are there any references (books, sites, videos, etc.)
>available?
>
>Thanks ^_^
>Shu-Ju Lai
>