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RE: signing off list for the conference

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From: Lea, Robin (RLea_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Mar 20 2002 - 11:19:45 PST


Maggie, I tried your address to sign off but did not have any luck with it.
Please tell me how to do this so that I do not have thousands of messages
while I'm gone!
Thanks Robin in Raleigh

-----Original Message-----
From: BibelotsOutpost@aol.com [mailto:BibelotsOutpost@aol.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 17, 2002 1:24 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Re: Ideas for tea ceremony

>>My high school Clay I class has made pinch pot Japanese style tea bowls.
I
want to have a tea ceremony that somewhat embodies the spirit of the
traditional tea ceremony...
Marian<<

Our elementary school focused on the tea ceremony/tea house
in a unit on Japan. The classroom teacher involved invited T.A.s
from our university to teach tea ceremony to the students, but I did
not have an opportunity to see it. This website gives a good description:

The Japanese Tea Ceremony <http://www.dreamship.com/tea_ceremony.htm>
(Chaji)

I'm sure there is an online source for other tea utensils and the
green tea as well... hope this helps some?

Deborah ---

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