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re: art across america

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Teri Sanford (terily)
Wed, 03 Mar 1999 07:34:11 -0600


>
> What a great idea! I'd love to be a part of the traveling show.
>
> Thanks,
> teri
>
> gregjuli wrote:
>
> > Hi Everyone!
> > Thanks for being participants in this special exhibit to help us
> > celebrate Youth Art Month at my school.
> > The 8th graders involved have been working very hard to put this whole
> > thing together. Today after school as we were putting up the display
> > one of the girls mentioned "Boy , this is a lot of work!". Hopefully
> > they will now appreciate all the work that goes into displays around the
> > school.
> >
> > One of the participants ( Mcracker alias Marcia) suggested that maybe
> > this could be a traveling exhibit for those who have participated. I
> > need everyone to e-mail me to give their yes or no. I would only keep
> > one piece from each school due to mailing costs. I will take care of a
> > rotation schedule that would carry into next school year. Each teacher
> > would be responsible for mailing it onto the next school on the list.
> > This could be exciting for your staff, students,and parents to view the
> > varied art from across the US.
> >
> > I'm posting this to the whole group in case there is someone I missed on
> > the list above. Please notify me asap.
> > For you convention goers-Judy Nagel from Sax will be taking pictures of
> > the exhibit for you to see at the Sax booth in DC.
> >
> > Again, major thanks for your support!!! I notified every paper and TV
> > station in our area. I hope to bring some attention to the art of our
> > youth.
> >
> > Artfully Yours,
> > MaryB
> >
> > Mary Bolyard
> > Greenfield Middle School
> > Greenfield, Wis.