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[teacherartexchange] Youth Art Month Challenge


From: Diane Gregory (gregory.diane55_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue Mar 01 2011 - 18:18:32 PST

Greetings Art Educators

Take the Youth Art Month Challenge at:

Copy and paste this address into your favorite browser and accept this
This challenge will be available for the entire month of March. You can
participate as much or as little that you want!

Check it out. Now is the time to support and advocate for Art Education before
some potentially damaging decisions are made about K-12 art programs.

Please accept this challenge by going to:


Diane C. Gregory, Ph.D.

P.S. Spread the word to all your friends and colleagues.


Go confidently in the direction of your dreams--Live the Life You've Imagined!
Henry David Thoreau, Walden

Dr. Diane C. Gregory
Associate Professor of Art Education
Director, Undergraduate & Graduate Studies in Art Education

----- Original Message ----
> From: Rebecca Burch <>
> To: TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group
> Sent: Tue, March 1, 2011 1:24:42 PM
> Subject: [teacherartexchange] Aaaaagh! Scissors!
> I am so sick of scissors breaking! Can anyone recommend a brand of
> scissors that will stand up to the abuse of the art classroom? I have
> a really hard time finding scissors that don't have plastic handles
> that break when a kid inevitably tries to crank down on a piece of
> cardboard or wire, etc... The scissors I have now can maybe cut one
> thickness of paper, and that's it. Anything beyond that and they
> break. Even paper with glue on it is breaking the handles after a
> while.
> I need some hardcore scissors. Bulletproof, even.
> --
> Rebecca Burch
> ---
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