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Re: Re: [teacherartexchange] SchoolArts themes for 2006-007


From: Nancy Walkup (nwalkup_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Fri Mar 17 2006 - 07:14:05 PST

Woody: If the students are not recognizable in the photos, you don't need permission. If you had permission before, I don't think you need permission now. We do have a downloadable form on the SchoolArts website, but you don't have to use it retroactively. I look forward to your submissions. Thanks!


From: woodyduncan <>
Date: Thu Mar 16 09:19:06 CST 2006
To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group <>
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] SchoolArts themes for 2006-007

        Sorry I did not submit before. I now realize that I can change my
pics from 72 dpi to 300 dpi without hurting the image. That way I can
submit images that meet print standards. I learn something new everyday.
        An important question. My pics were taken in classes a few years back.
I left permission forms with the school office. Do I need to submit
signed my parents for pics I submit ? If so, I assume that only
applies to
pics where the students face shows so they might be identified. Is that
correct ? Please let me know and I'll try to submit a good article for
you. I might be able to get permission forms from my old students at
high school now. Do I need to use a certain form or can I create one.
Thank you for putting out the opportunity to the list. There are a lot
of great art teachers out there and they need to share.
                                                Thanks, Woody

On Mar 15, 2006, at 3:31 PM, Nancy Walkup wrote:

> FYI:
> While I'm out on Spring break I'm trying to get some work done on
> SchoolArts. I would really like to get some more articles from this
> group. I'll list the upcoming themes at the end of this, but I
> would like to have more articles on visual culture, Teaching for
> Artistic Behavior, and altered books. Most articles don't need to
> be longer than 600 words and just need several good quality
> photographs. You can also send opinion pieces or issues you would
> like to raise. I do have to work four months ahead, so the earlier
> I receive an article is better. For example, my deadline for the
> Aug/Sept issue is May 22. You can email me separately if you have
> any questions.
> Thanks,
> Nancy
> Themes:
> Aug/Sep: Foundations
> Oct: Expression
> Nov: Synergy
> Dec: Structures
> Jan: Interpretation
> Feb: Visual Culture
> Mar: Integration
> Apr: Multiple Perspectives
> May/June: Metamorphosis
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