If you haven't been able to scrounge the "high tech" methods for showing
art work by January, go to the calendar stores or Barnes and Noble, etc.
Calendars are usually marked way down and you can get nice sized
reproductions really inexpensively that way.
From: Krista Ranly [mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org]
Sent: Friday, November 07, 2003 4:59 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: How can I show famous artworks without prints?
I am a second year teacher, and while I have purchased some art
reproductions, I am having a difficult time finding reproductions of
the artworks I would like to use in my teaching. I am curious what
would recommend for showing famous artworks? A slide projector?
pictures from books (which I'm afraid would still be rather small). I
love to use a LCD machine, but that's way out of my budget, and my
does not own one. Is there any other way to hook my computer up to my
projection screen to use powerpoint presentations? Also, I know that
teachers use a TV converter and connect it to their computer, but I do
have access to a television.