Hi I was at the conference in NYC> Did not get to meet anyone except the
nice lady from Sax who made our badges. I enjoyed bunki's lessons also,
would like your notes too. This will probably be my only national as the
school does nnot like the expense. I am sending two to college and to foot
the bill right now would be difficult. NYC was awesome as ususal and the
location for the conference was wonderful. Thanks Susan in Ohio
From: Rosikins@aol.com <Rosikins@aol.com>
To: ArtsEdNet Talk <email@example.com>
Date: Monday, March 19, 2001 6:35 PM
Subject: Re: A toast to Nancy Walkup
>I too am just back from the conference and it was great!
>Thanks to Nancy, the museums were great!
>The presentations were great, Bunki's was fab but people were rude, great
>ideas were shared and it was so much fun to put faces to so many on-line
>If anyone wants info on my presentation let me know, the room was small but
>plenty packed in.
>The parade was wonderful, I got mooned by a man in a kilt!
>The people of New York were warm and friendly, I am so glad I went. Harvey
>Goldstein gave a wonderful speech at the end of the elem. lunch, it was
>The Moma was fun. loved seeing Starry night, Persistance of Memory. Loved
>guggenheim, but my favorite was the Egyptain rooms at the Met!
>Got so many notes to traslate, will post again later, am taking off
>for national Science Convention in St. Loius and the Van gogh exhibit,
>my same presentation in St. Louis I gave at NAEA. Hope some of you plan to
>to Miami, you won't be disappointed.