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> John & Sandra Barrick wrote:
> > A word on the Nelson. . . . . I'm sure the Egyptian exhibit is
> > fine. They also had Wang Yani there as a very young girl and African
> > musicians. To get to the more contemporary museum cut across Art
> > Inst. Campus and cross the street by the ceramics building.
> > Sandra
> > P.S.-Oh Woody have you seen it??
> > He's the closest list member there.
> A note from Woody/ I took two friends from Atlanta through the Nelson
> two weeks ago but we missed the Egyptian exhibit. We took in sculpture
> (Henry Moore) and some of the asian areas. If you get to Kansas City
> don't miss the Nelson or the "Kemper" (more contemporary museum) near
> by. URL for each are below. ******* Forgot to mention, when Wang
> Yani was here she came to my Middle School. Her father had us limit the
> number of students to 60. But what an event for those kids. After her
> presentation, one of the first questions was, "do you have a boy friend
> ?" It's great having the Nelson and the Kemper close by. We get lots
> of visiting artists that way.
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