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Re: Ireland/Germany..Help!

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Cynthia Mesko (oususacm.edu)
Sun, 2 Mar 1997 13:02:19 -0700 (MST)

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The thing that I remember about the German art format is in their houses
and the wood carvings. Escpecially their little wood figurines, nut
crackers too. And the biggest thing is their blown glass, and cookoo
clocks. Well I hope that helps. Cindy Mesko

On Wed, 26 Feb 1997 Artist4U wrote:

> We are trying to create a cultural art class, in which countries are studied
> for their art, music, and culture, so that students may earn their Fine Art
> credit. These are students who have been discouraged in their art and do not
> feel that they have the ability to make art.
> SO, we want to bring them in the backdoor and surprise them with just how
> talented they really are. To do this, we have the six weeks blocked into
> individual countries with history trunks created for each country. The
> students will eat the food, listen to the music and create the art that is
> notable for the country itself. We are having trouble with Ireland/Scotland
> and Germany/Russia. Will you please share any information you might have on
> any of these places.
>
> Thank you!
> artist4U
>


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