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Re: [teacherartexchange] NAEA proposal


From: Maggie Tucker (arttucker_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Jun 30 2006 - 04:55:19 PDT

Sure, although my proposal is for a short session. Sounds more like the
longer sessions would be more appropriate?

By the way, NAEA lets us know in September, right?

At 01:22 AM 6/30/2006 GMT, you wrote:
>Hi all! TOMORROW I am submitting a proposal to NAEA for a room to be
>designated for Youth Art Month at the convention. The goal is to
>host a "museum" (framed works from each state) as well as the flags,
>documentation books, etc.
>We are trying to show the tremendous support and efforts (as
>evidenced in Chicago by the PowerPoint at the first general session
>and the signs throughout the hotel) by members---enough to use the
>room all day, every day of the convention.
>One of the things we have done is to compile a list of individuals
>who are already submitting a proposal (any type and length proposal)
>that, as a show of support for YAM, are saying in essence "if
>accepted we would like/are willing to hold our session in the YAM
>space".....versus some random room (same kind of room -but large-and
>set up as the others with projectors, etc)
>Of course it is up to NAEA to schedule everything as they normally
>do, but this is to present a united showing of support for this
>amazing advocacy program.
>ANYONE out there interested in adding their name to the our list?
>All I need is name, state, session title and session length. Feel
>free to contact me for more information or clarification.
>Thanks in advance for your help! I always know I can count on this
>group :-)
>creatively, Linda in Oregon
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