NAEA Links - That is the problem with our website - it is very cumbersome to find me on it!!
Thanks Heather - that was a huge address to copy & paste!:)
You can also find info at NAEA> Digication> 2008 Convention as I have information there as well.
If, after all this, you still cannot get the info - email me off list and I will be more than happy to send the documents/powerpoint to you directly in a couple of days. Our Fesitval of the Arts is tomorrow night and today is show set up in our library - so I may not have time to check in later.....
Donnalyn in NY
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TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Sunday, May 17, 2009.
1. Re: NAEA Conference Handouts
2. May Flowers
3. Re: RE: Clay without a Kiln
4. Re: NAEA Conference Handouts
Subject: Re: NAEA Conference Handouts
From: Diane Davis <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 17 May 2009 09:27:14 -0400
Can't get to this page. I wonder if there is another way. at home page
for hs, there is a principal letter, and no links. Would love to see
On Apr 29, 2009, at 9:47 AM, donnalyn shuster wrote:
> Good Morning,
> I have posted my handouts and information about "A Line Or Two About
> Van Gogh" at my school website as follows:
> www.frankfort-schuyler.org >High School ( Links on left side
> Scroll down left to see NAEA 2009 link.
> Despite following the directions sent to me by the folks at Wikki
> spaces - I still cannot get my page to show up. Many of us have had
> issues - and I do not have time to keep fooling around with it.
> Thanks to all who attended - hope you enjoyed the presentation and
> if you have seed packets - get them planted now!!:)
> Donnalyn in NY
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Subject: May Flowers
From: Woody Duncan <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 17 May 2009 07:53:20 -0600
Our back yard, in Albuquerque, is finally in bloom with poppies and
roses. It's going to burst out in the next few weeks.
I've been shooting lots of photos of my poppies and roses all week
long. To see all the flowers, is an artist's delight.
Now, I'll have lots of great pics of poppies to paint from this
summer. I created a page with pics of the new blooms:
Subject: Re: RE: Clay without a Kiln
From: Ken Schwab <email@example.com>
Date: Sun, 17 May 2009 08:24:13 -0700 (PDT)
Thank you, I will look into it.
San Jose, CA
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> From: Jenna Kang <email@example.com>
> Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] RE: Clay without a Kiln
> To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Tuesday, May 12, 2009, 2:41 PM
> Hello, Ken.
> Also, have you tried clay called, Boneware, from Nasco? I
> found it excellent
> as clay that doesn't have to be fired yet dries sturdy.
> Here is the description from their catalogue. Page. 292
> Boneware, like all moist clays, is easily kept soft and
> pliable as long as
> desired if moist with water and covered with a damp cloth
> while not in use.
> Finished pieces become bone hard when allowed to dry. No
> finishing or baking
> necessary. Bay be decorated with tempera, oil paints, and
> enamels. Packed
> moist and ready to use.
> 4-lb. Box $7.85, 50-1b. Box $42.50
> Jenna Kang
> Middle School art teacher
> San Ramon, CA
> On 5/7/09 8:36 AM, "Ken Schwab"
> <email@example.com> wrote:
> > Thank you to all that wrote me a note about Clay
> without a Kiln. I will try
> > the Crayola product since a lot of you liked it.
> Regular clay seems to brittle
> > when not fired. Thanks again to you all; I knew you
> came through for me.
> > Ken Schwab
> > San Jose, CA
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