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RE: Biggers and Moroles


From: Nancy Walkup (nwalkup_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Tue May 13 2003 - 13:38:46 PDT

Robin: I'll be sending out more info about Tres Culturas in Santa Fe as
soon as I survive the completion of the school year. Let me know if you
have an email address for the summer that is different from your school


>>> 05/13/03 03:16PM >>>

Nancy, Anything new about the Santa Fe trip? Robin
-----Original Message-----
From: Nancy Walkup []
Sent: Tuesday, May 13, 2003 2:42 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: Biggers and Moroles

I'm happy to see that the Biggers and Moroles units on ArtsEdNet are
still available online (so far) since I am so attached to them. I worked
with the ArtsEdNet staff from their inception until their demise and
know of all the hard work and dedication that went into their materials.
 I hope the Getty will be convinced to leave ArtsEdNet online.


>>> 05/13/03 02:26PM >>>
Murals are a frequent discussion on our group.

John Biggers is one of my favorite Mural artists:

Ann Carolan mentioned how Getty ArtsEDNet was so important for DBAE -
are materials for your lesson on John Biggers:
Well...What do you know - DBAE - an area they already have done away
No wonder I had a hard time finding it the other day....

DBAE links on this page no longer work - Biggers curriculum materials

I used artists biographies to teach character eduction:

Hmmm...Glad I discovered that my link was wrong on my site. Will have to
that. That's the thing with adding these links - it is so easy to make a
mistake. My apologeis to anyone who hit my broken link. Will fix that

Biggers Resources are important to me and my appreciation of African
American art. What are the Harlem Renaissance resources that you use?

Judy Decker - Ohio
Incredible Art Department