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Lesson Plans

New Orleans--here we come!

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Scurfield (scurfield)
Thu, 06 Mar 1997 12:10:27 -0600

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Does anyone out there know of any good internet sites for
information on New Orleans? So far my surfing has yielded only
wipeouts! I'm especially interested in art museums and galleries (I
know George Rodrigue has a gallery), delicious and inexpensive places to
eat, things not to miss while we are there. I didn't sign up for any of
the paid workshops this time, because there is always so much which is
free and available. I'm assuming the weather will probably be in the
70's or 80's and could be humid? Anyone have any hot tips to make the
most of the experience?
What do you NAEA members try to never miss when you go to a
convention? What makes it special for you and brings you back year
after year? I'm signed up for the Artsednet Talk group reception on
Thursday evening. It will be fun to meet as many of you in person as

My short list of not-to-miss is: Binney and Smith's Opening
Night Reception, excellent sessions from all over the country
(especially sessions put on by the museum art educators), state parties,
art museums in the big cities of America (and taking slides to teach art
history), pin trading, museum marketplace, exhibitors (daily),
exchanging ideas while waiting for sessions to begin, running into old
friends from Miami University, University of Toledo, Dayton & Toledo
(Sylvania) Ohio, Vero Beach, Florida, Wichita State University, Kansas
Art Education Association etc, etc. This was the "short" list?

Anxiously anticipating your input--Marcia Scurfield, Derby, KS

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