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Re: [teacherartexchange] An Art Show on the Web


Date: Fri Mar 03 2006 - 09:09:42 PST

we would be thrilled to have you link. the kids do get to have a real
world art show as they are invited to show their work at the town art
festival in june...and we walk the artists up to view their work in the
big tent. but I do miss our in school show.

-----Original Message-----
From: Judy Decker <>
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
Sent: Fri, 3 Mar 2006 11:39:19 -0500
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] An Art Show on the Web

Wow Kathy!

You bet I took time to visit:

I would just LOVE to be able to put student comments with the art that
I put on Incredible Art Department..... I just am not that organized
to keep track of it if teachers would send it in. I enjoyed reading
the student comments.

I hope it is OK with you if I feature your Art Show on Spotlight on
School Art:
I am a couple days late.

I have some ideas how you could still have a school show in your
building (in addition) - it would just be for over a weekend....I tell
you if you are interested. The problem is, you wouldn't have space for
all kids to exhibit.


On 3/3/06, Kathy wrote:

> Three years ago new fire regulations put an end to our extensive
> art exhibit. So we moved our third grade show to the web.
> Our newest show went "live" last night.
> You can find it at, click on central school and you will see
> the link to the art show. As you click into a classroom, you will be
> able to click on individual art works. The artist statement is at the
> bottom, or rest your curser over the piece and it should appear in a
> little box.

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