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Re: artsednet-digest V1 #383

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Jennifer L Millard (millard)
Mon, 4 Nov 1996 11:08:54 -0700 (MST)

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On Thu, 31 Oct 1996 owner-artsednet-digest wrote:

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> artsednet-digest Thursday, 31 October 1996 Volume 01 : Number 383
>
> This edition includes:
> Annenberg
> Re: Multicult. curric.
> Jacob Lawrence & Cave Art
> South American Connections Wanted
> Re: cave art
> digest access
> unsubscribe
> RE: digest access
> Polar Express
> Giorgio Morandi
> Unsubscribe
> Save Big Bird (and friends)! (fwd)
>
> ----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
> From: Kathy Talley-Jones (Kathy Talley-Jones) <KTalleyJones>
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 13:56:12 -0800
> Subject: Annenberg
>
> I'm afraid the Getty has been given more credit than it deserves. The
> Annenberg Foundation is not part of the Getty Education Institute or the J.
> Paul Getty Trust. Perhaps some confusion has arisen from the
> Annenberg challenge grant received by a consortium of regional
> institutes funded by the Education Institute--the same kind of challenge
> grant received by New York City schools.
>
> Here's the scoop: The Annenberg Foundation grant is part of a $500
> million, five-year challenge to the nation, designed to energize and
> support promising efforts to reform the public education of children
> nationwide. The arts education grant will provide funds for teachers'
> professional development, implementation of arts curricula and school
> reform strategies, and the measurement of student achievement. This
> grant comes at a time when the Annenberg Foundation has also
> awarded grants to restore the arts in the New York City public school
> curriculum and to help support the unique role of the arts, culture, and
> technology in school reform.
>
> Contact the Center for Arts Education in New York City at 212/575-8549
> for more information about their program.
>
>
>
> Please note our new name and address:
>
> The Getty Education Institute for the Arts
> 1200 Getty Center Drive, Suite 600
> Los Angeles, CA 90049-1683
> 310/440-7315
>
> Kathy Talley-Jones
> ktalleyjones
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: myriem.msefer
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 16:24:03 -0800 (PST)
> Subject: Re: Multicult. curric.
>
> I am doing a research paper on Noh masks and if you could
> send me any information on the subject I would be very
> grateful. Thank you for your time.
>
> Myriem Msefer
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: Donna Emsel Schill <schill>
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 16:25:49 -0800 (PST)
> Subject: Jacob Lawrence & Cave Art
>
> One & All
> Jacob Lawrence is Professor Emeritus at the University of Washington in
> Seattle. The gallery in the School of Art is named in his honor. He is
> still active in Seattle art community and the School of Art. Was happy to
> read about his recent honor via this list.
> My home page also has links to Cave Art and might also give you access to
> some of the sites at the University of Washington and Jacob Lawrence
> gallery information.
> http://weber.u.washington.edu/~schill
> I have developed a simple hyperCard stack using cave images with a simple
> drawing lesson at the end. Naturally, I would be happy to share the stack
> with anyone. Think we could do this electronically but not sure how. Any
> suggestions? I'll ask one of my more computer literate frienda.
>
> I was in France just a year ago visiting the caves. Incredible, no words
> can describe the experience - as any artist knows. Visited six caves and they
> are all very different from one another, but in every case you travel/hike
> UP to the cave entrance. At Niaux you are far, far above the valley floor
> (this image is on stack) and carry your own lantern. At Rouffianc you
> travel on an electric train
> over a mile into the interior before you reach the Hall of Mammmoths. The
> headlights from the train light your way after you get off the 'train'
> (more like miners cars)
> I was not with an organized tour but a dear French friend did
> all our scheduling and translating. She teaches English in Lille.
> You all should know that the recent discovery that is on the WWW sites
> mentioned has been confirmed to be 31,000 b.p.(before present ). This has
> tremendous implications for how we think about 'ourselves' since the art
> is much older than Lascaux, Pech Merle, et at.
> Would like to take part in discussion just about early art. Anyone know of
> such a list?
>
> ***********************************************************************
> Dr. Donna Emsel Schill
> 14101 121st Avenue N.E.
> Kirkland, WA 98034
> (206) 821-5596
>
> e-mail: schill
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: Charles Gareri <cgareri>
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 20:20:10 -0500
> Subject: South American Connections Wanted
>
> I put out a request a couple of months ago requesting contacts of
> potters in Peru. I would like to broaden the area to any country in
> South America. I am working on a project with a Spanish teacher and we
> want
> to do a team teaching thing involving pottery. We would like to
> exchange email with a potter (or art class) there, her Spanish classes
> will translate.
> Any help would be appreciated.
>
> - --
> (. .)
> - -----------ooO-(_)-Ooo----------------------
> " Ars longa; vita brevis"
> (Art is long, life is short)-Hippocrates
>
> Charlie Gareri E-mail cgareri
> Pike High School/Art Dept./Indianapolis Indiana USA
> (. .)
> - ---------------------------ooO-(_)-Ooo-----
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: Lily Kerns <CWKerns.net>
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 19:19:32 -0600
> Subject: Re: cave art
>
> We've done the cave art project too--taped brown wrapping paper around
> the sides of the art room tables and to the underside too make a "cave"
> for painting on.
> - --
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Lily Kerns (CWKerns)
> ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
> Busy Teachers' Web Kit
> http://rampages.onramp.net/~dkerns/lily/
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: Shelton Wilder <wilderse>
> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 08:14:05 -0400 (EDT)
> Subject: digest access
>
> Could you please post directions for accessing/perusing the digest.
> thank you, shelton
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: adavis (Andrew Davis)
> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 09:36:04 -0500
> Subject: unsubscribe
>
> unsubscribe
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> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 08:48:01 -0800
> Subject: RE: digest access
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> From: Curtis Clark Preston <prestocc> (Curt Preston)
> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 13:30:20 -0600
> Subject: Polar Express
>
> HELLO!
> I am wondering if anyone has any ideas for an art project in response
> to reading the book, "Polar Express". I am teaching an art lesson to a
> second grade class around this children's book. Any ideas???
> Thanks!
> -Curt
>
> Curt
> prestocc
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
>
> From: (Mark Alexander)mamjam
> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 17:27:01 -0500
> Subject: Giorgio Morandi
>
> Hello fellow resources!
>
> In 8th grade we are studying value and cross hatching and hatching. I have
> a still life of forms painted white with a single light source. I have one
> wonderful but small book plate of a Georgio Morandi still life. Does
> anyone know of anything about Morandi or about any reproductions and/or
> books about his work? Thanks in advance for your expected deluge of help!
>
> Mark Alexander
> 1-8 art
> Lee H. Kellogg School
> Falls Village, CT 06031
>
>
>
> ------------------------------
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> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 16:53:31 -0500
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> From: Lisa Levenson <lisal>
> Date: Thu, 31 Oct 1996 20:40:39 -0700 (MST)
> Subject: Save Big Bird (and friends)! (fwd)
>
> - ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> Date: Wed, 30 Oct 1996 16:29:21 +0700
> From: Community LORE <comlore>
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> Travis_Bickle, stefan,
> lisal, hill, PFAW, forecast,
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> Subject: Save Big Bird (and friends)!
>
> >Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1996 08:51:56 -0700
> >To: jlondon, cbenner,
> > lwalker, comlore
> >From: nancye (Nancy Erbstein)
> >Subject: Save Big Bird (and friends)!
> >
> >>Date: Fri, 25 Oct 1996 06:54:48 -0700
> >>To: lorab, nancye, tmalark@uclink4,
> >>debsul@uclink4, chamblis@uclink2, dorph@violet, pmathes,
> >>kirtman@uclink2, gebhard, huggie@uclink3,
> >>marisa, dobkin@econ, bolsen@uclink4, lsiskin
> >>From: jwlittle (judith warren little)
> >>Subject: Save Big Bird (and friends)!
> >>
> >>Apologies for sending this again, but I forgot to sign the first one when I
> >>forwarded it!
> >>
> >>
> >>>From: Gregg Bender <gbender.ca.us>
> >>>To: "'Donna Kay LeCzel'" <104214.1135>, "'Ardith Bender'"
> >>><darcy.edu>, "'Judith Warren Little'"
> >>><jwlittle>, "'Kelly Nguyen'"
> >>><knguyen.ca.us>, "'Patrick Preminger'"
> >>><ppremin.ca.us>, "'Tracy Laine'" <Slandtl>
> >>>To: "'Susan Wong'" <swong.ca.us>
> >>>Subject: Save Big Bird (and friends)!
> >>>Date: Thu, 24 Oct 1996 19:14:01 -0700
> >>>Content-Type: text/plain; charset="us-ascii"
> >>>Content-Transfer-Encoding: quoted-printable
> >>>
> >>>
> >>>>Save Sesame Street from being cancelled. This is a petition
> >>>>to save Sesame Street. ALL YOU DO IS ADD YOUR NAME TO THE
> >>>>LIST AT THE BOTTOM, then forward it to everyone you know.
> >>>>The only time you send it to the included address is if you
> >>>>are the 50th, 100th, etc. Send it on to everyone you know.
> >>>>
> >>>>PBS, NPR (National Public Radio), and the arts are facing
> >>>>major cutbacks in funding. In spite of the efforts of each
> >>>>station to reduce spending costs and streamline their
> >>>>services, the government officials believe that the funding
> >>>>currently going to these programs is too large a portion of
> >>>>funding for something which is seen as "unworthwhile."
> >>>>
> >>>>Currently, taxes from the general public for PBS equal $1.12
> >>>>per person per year, and the National Endowment for the Arts
> >>>>equals $.64 a year in total. A January 1995 CNN/USA
> >>>>Today/Gallup poll indicated that 76% of Americans wish to
> >>>>keep funding for PBS, third only to national defense and law
> >>>>enforcement as the most valuable programs for federal
> >>>>funding.
> >>>>
> >>>>Each year, the Senate and House Appropriations commitees
> >>>>each have 13 subcommitees with jurisdiction over many
> >>>>programs and agencies. Each subcommitee passes its own
> >>>>appropriation bill. The goal each year is to have each bill
> >>>>signed by the beginning of the fiscal year, which is
> >>>>October. In the instance of the Corporation of Public
> >>>>Broadcasting, the bill determines the funding for the next
> >>>>three years. When this issue comes up in 1996, the funding
> >>>>will be determined for fiscal years 1996-1998.
> >>>>
> >>>>The only way that our representatives can be aware of the
> >>>>base of support for PBS and funding for these types of
> >>>>programs is by making our voices heard. Please add your name
> >>>>to this list if you believe in what we stand for. This list
> >>>>will be forwarded to the President of the United States, the
> >>>>Vice President of the United States, the House of
> >>>>Representatives and Congress.
> >>>>
> >>>>If you happen to be the 50th, 100th, 150th, etc. signer of
> >>>>this petition, please forward to:
> >>>>kubi7975. This way we can keep track of
> >>>>the lists and organize them. Forward this to everyone you
> >>>>know, and help us to keep these programs alive.
> >>>>
> >>>>Thank you.
> >>>>
> >>>>----------------------------------------------------
> >>>>----------------
> >>>>
> >>>> 1. Elizabeth Weinert, student, University of Northern
> >>>>Colorado,Colorado.
> >>>> 2. Nikki Marchman, student, University of Northern
> >>>>Colorado, Colorado.
> >>>> 3. Laura King, Salt Lake City, Utah
> >>>> 4. Mary Lambert, San Francisco, CA
> >>>> 5. Sam Tucker, Seattle, WA
> >>>> 6. Steve Mack, Seattle, WA
> >>>> 7. Stacy Shelley, Sub Pop Records, Seattle, WA.
> >>>> 8. Amy Saaed, Seattle, WA
> >>>> 9. Jill Hudgins, Atlanta, GA
> >>>> 10. Alex Goolsby, student, Colgate University, Hamilton, NY
> >>>> 11. Aisha K. McGriff, North Carolina School of Science and
> >>>>Math
> >>>> 12. Amy Brushwood, North Carolina School of Science and
> >>>>Math
> >>>> 13. Mason Blackwell, student The College of William and
> >>>>Mary
> >>>> 14. Melinda Murphy, student, St. Mary's College of Maryland
> >>>> 15. Amy Raphael, student, University of Pennsylvania
> >>>> 16. Nancy Adleman, student, Stanford University
> >>>> 17. Paul Bodnar, student, Stanford University
> >>>> 18. Kunal Bajaj, student, University of Pennsylvania
> >>>> 19. Sharon Seltzer, student, University of Pennsylvania
> >>>> 20. Sugirtha Vivekananthan, student, University of
> >>>>Pennsylvania
> >>>> 21. Ann Wang, student, University of Pennsylvania
> >>>> 22. Seth Resler, student, Brown University
> >>>> 23. Leslie Ching, student, Brown University
> >>>> 24. Sylvia Barbut, student, Carnegie Mellon University
> >>>> 25. Karri Plotkin, student, Carnegie Mellon University
> >>>> 26. Kamilla Chaudh, student, Emory University
> >>>> 27. Jon Gordon,student,Princeton University
> >>>> 28. Nadine Knight, student, Princeton University
> >>>> 27. Erica Amianda, student, Johns Hopkins University
> >>>> 30. Rachel Pletcher, student, Johns Hopkins University
> >>>> 31. Janet Aardema, student, Davidson College
> >>>> 32. Kelly Kiefer, student, Davidson College
> >>>> 33. Jane Ruschky, student, Davidson College
> >>>> 34. Courtney Pace, student, Davidson College
> >>>> 35. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
> >>>> 36. Chad Ballentine, student, Franklin Road Academy
> >>>> 37. Allison Patten, student, Northwestern University
> >>>> 38. Rachel Allen, student, Rhodes College
> >>>> 39. Mary Rose Herbert, student, Guilford College
> >>>> 40. Christie Todd, student, Rhodes College
> >>>> 41. Athena Petropoulos, Rhodes College
> >>>> 42. Kathryn Hoang, student, Rhodes College
> >>>> 43. Lan To, student, Rhodes College
> >>>> 44. Ben Hagy, student, Reed College
> >>>> 45. Stephanie Marrs, student, University of Pennsylvania
> >>>> 46. Meg Smith, student, Rice University
> >>>> 47. Julian Zinn, student, University of Texas
> >>>> 48. Adam Talianchich, student, University of Texas
> >>>> 49. Michael GLazner, student, Southwestern Universirty
> >>>> 50. Katherine Rainwater, student, Southwestern University
> >>>> 51. Will O'Brien, student, Southwestern University
> >>>> 52. Meridith McConnell, student, Southwestern University
> >>>> 53. Amy Cassata, student, Trinity University
> >>>> 54. Heather Hanchett, student, Trinity University
> >>>> 55. Mike Elsner, student, Trinity University, San Antonio
> >>>> 56. ND Victor Carsrud, student, University of Texas
> >>>> MedicalBranch,Galveston
> >>>> 57. Michael Eisenstein, Engineer, Dallas, TX
> >>>> 58. Tehmina Banatwala, English Teacher, Houston, TX
> >>>> 59. Paula Leigh Cox, Account Executive, San Antonio, TX
> >>>> 60. Jennifer Franks, Account executive, San Antonio, TX
> >>>> 61. Mike Mineo, student, UT medical school, Houston, TX
> >>>> 62. Andre de Launay, Amer. Grad. School of Intl.Mgmt,
> >>>>Glendale, AZ
> >>>> 63. Tawne Bachus, Thunerbird, the American Grad School of
> >>>>Intl. Mgmt., Glendale, AZ.
> >>>> 64. Ty Bachus, graphic designer, Herndon, VA
> >>>> 65. Thomas Inskip, software engineer, Washington, DC.
> >>>> 66. Dana Hollish, Green Seal
> >>>> 67. Neil Payne, St. Mary's College, MD
> >>>> 68. Douglas G. Davis, Gainesville, Fl.
> >>>> 69. Paula Garfinkle, Potomac, MD
> >>>> 70. Jeff Boodman, Falls Church, VA
> >>>> 71. Erica Sangster, Graduate School of Design, Cambridge MA
> >>>> 72. Nathalia Glickman, Graduate student, University of
> >>>>Oregon, Eugene, OR.
> >>>> 73. Chee Chan, Ex-Pat, Singapore
> >>>> 74. Justin Tan, University of Toronto, Canada
> >>>> 75. Sue Burrows, McMaster University, Hamilton, Canada
> >>>> 76. Kelly Cox, York University, Toronto, Canada
> >>>> 77. Amanda Holt, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto,
> >>>>Canada
> >>>> 78. Sara Fisher, University of Guelph, Guelph, Canada
> >>>> 79. Elliot Salmons, Ryerson Polytechnic University,
> >>>>Toronto, Canada
> >>>> 80. Dori Skye, Ryerson Polytechnic University, Toronto,
> >>>>Canada
> >>>> 81. Jana Atkins, York University, Toronto, Canada
> >>>> 82. Joshua Engel, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
> >>>> 83. Haim Gorodzinsky, McGill University, Montreal, Canada
> >>>> 84. Melissa Medley, Loyola University Chicago, IL
> >>>> 85. Kim Puhr, Loyola University Chicago, IL
> >>>> 86. Lena Dukic, Chicago, IL
> >>>> 87. Betsy Greer, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill,
> >>>>NC
> >>>> 88. Lisa Thompson, University of North Carolina, Chapel
> >>>>Hill, NC
> >>>> 89. Ryan Emanuel, Duke University, Durham, NC
> >>>> 90. Gautham Venkat, University of Pennsylvania,
> >>>>Philadelphia, PA
> >>>> 91. Christina Varughese, u of penn, phila, pa
> >>>> 92. John Varghese, student,University of Md at Baltimore
> >>>>County
> >>>> 93. Jason Putsche, student, University of Md at Baltimore
> >>>>County
> >>>> 94. Melissa Koponen, student, St John's University, Queens,
> >>>>NY
> >>>> 95. Peter C. Frank, student, New York Law School, New York,
> >>>>NY
> >>>> 96. Mark J. Bousquet, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic
> >>>>Institute, NY
> >>>> 97. Roberta E. Chase, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic
> >>>>Institute, NY
> >>>> 98. David A. Phillips, student, Rensselaer Polytechnic
> >>>>Institute, NY
> >>>> 99. James E. Charbonneau, student, Virginia Tech, VA
> >>>> 100. Sara M. Eells, student, Virginia Tech, VA
> >>>> 101. Courtney Reiter, student, Virginia Tech, VA
> >>>> 102. Larissa Buccolo, student, Virginia Tech, VA
> >>>> 103. Amanda Hill, student, Indiana University, IN
> >>>> 104. Tony Grimes, student, Indiana University, IN
> >>>> 105. Laurie Metzger, student, Indiana University,
> >>>>Bloomington, IN
> >>>> 106. Amy Smith, student, University of Maryland, College
> >>>>Park, MD
> >>>> 107. Michelle Crispino, student, University of
> >>>>Maryland,College Park, MD
> >>>> 108. Antonella Cavallo, student, University of Maryland,
> >>>>College Park, MD
> >>>> 109. Ranjana Varghese, student, University of Maryland,
> >>>>College Park, MD
> >>>> 110. Jennifer McCloskey, student, University of Maryland,
> >>>>College Park, MD
> >>>> 111. Jenni DuBreuil, student, Salisbury State University,
> >>>>MD
> >>>> 112. Greg Zapiec, student, Salisbury State University, MD
> >>>> 113. Helen Woods, student, Salisbury State University, MD
> >>>> 114. Gary Bringman, student, Salisbury, State University,
> >>>>MD
> >>>> 115. Dave Rabinovitz, Fan of Snuffulluffagas, New Rochelle,
> >>>>New York
> >>>> 116. Thea S. Lovallo, Dated Elmo, Port Chester,NY (student)
> >>>> 117. Scott Johnson, I am the Cookie Monster. Coo Coo Ca
> >>>>Choo
> >>>>Nashville, TN (musician)
> >>>> 118. Emily Johnson, Bert & Ernie fan, Nashville, TN
> >>>> 119. Greg Engel, I count numbers, Pittsburgh, PA (dentist)
> >>>> 120. Franco Sicilia, Jr., I loved Mr Hooper, Philadelphia,
> >>>>Pa
> >>>> 121. Kelly Icardi, Bitten by The Count, Pittsburgh, PA
> >>>> 122. Lisa Yaszek, graduate student, University of
> >>>>Wisconsin, Madison, WI
> >>>> 123. Grant Carmichael, Sesame St. makes great use of TV,
> >>>>Grand Rapids, MI
> >>>> 124. Jeffery J. Glasen, Coopersburg, PA
> >>>> 125. Laura Trausch Snyder, High School Math Teacher, Lisle,
> >>>>Illinois
> >>>> -Please don't take away Big Bird!
> >>>> 126. Christine Holguin - San Diego Ca. - Grew up on Sesame
> >>>>Street!!! Save it for my kids!!!!!
> >>>> 127. Bess Baer, San Diego, CA
> >>>> 128. Candice Anderson, Newport Beach, CA
> >>>> 129. Rachel Goodwin, M.S., San Francisco, CA I still watch
> >>>>Sesame Street!!
> >>>> It's the greatest. Just today I saw Oscar teach Sloppy to
> >>>>wiggle.
> >>>> 130. Judy Corse, Jr. High Teacher, Eagle Rock, CA
> >>>> 131. W. Bruce Watson, Livermore, CA
> >>>> 132. Ed Costello, Pleasanton, CA. Brought to you today by
> >>>>the number '5'.
> >>>> 133. Julie Buehler, San Bruno, CA
> >>>> 134. Denise Ann Maurer, Palo Alto, CA Save the
> >>>>Snuffle-up-a-gus!
> >>>> 135. B. Kyle Partridge, Somerville, MA "Mana manam. Doot
> >>>>doo dee doo doo!"
> >>>> 136. A.Y. Laury, Somerville, MA The seeds planted by Sesame
> >>>>can one day save the world.
> >>>> 137. Alexis M. Scott, Lexington, MA
> >>>> 138. S. Steele, Woodbridge, VA
> >>>> 139. Alexander Whitney, Associate Scientist, Plainsboro, NJ
> >>>> 140. Monica Belton, Assistant Microbiologist, Andover, NJ
> >>>> 141. Marika Skiadas, Assistant Microbiologist, Somerset, NJ
> >>>> 142. Ann Skiadas, Environmental Engineer, Somerset, NJ
> >>>> 143. Sharone Menczel, law student, University of
> >>>>Pennsylvania
> >>>> where are the ten missing numbers? (doug anderson, who will
> >>>>be 158)
> >>>> 153. Beth Ritter, Awards Coordinator-MTV Networks New York
> >>>> 156. Julie Kellman MTV Animation-MTV Networks New York
> >>>> 157. Rachelle Etienne MTV Production-MTV Networks, New York
> >>>> 158. Doug Anderson- Associate Producer- MTV SPORTS, NYC
> >>>> 159. Cinnamon-Anne Booth-Production Coordinator,MTV House
> >>>>of Style,NYC
> >>>> 160. Brian Cooper- Production Coordinator, MTV On Air
> >>>>Promos, NYC
> >>>> 161. Marisa Fazzina- Coordinator, MTV On Air Graphics, NYC
> >>>>Sesame
> >>>>Street is part of American History!!!
> >>>> 162. Lynne Mishele- Freelance Producer, NYC
> >>>> 163. July Lopez-MTV On Air Graphics,NYC
> >>>> 164. Henry Lescaille - MTVN Human Resources, NYC
> >>>> 165. Matthew Larsen - MTVN Human Resources, NYC
> >>>> 166. Jennifer Langheld - MTV Traffic Assistant, NYC
> >>>> 167. Alyson Leonard- Coordinator, MTV Production Library,
> >>>>NYC
> >>>> 168. R.J. Murphy - Studio Manager, MTV Animation, NYC
> >>>> 169. Michelle Volpe - Office Manager, Cambridge Technology
> >>>>Partners, NYC
> >>>> 170. Nandita Bery - Software Developer, CTP, NYC
> >>>> 171. Mike Apmann - Ernie & Bert rock. Computer Geek, Pepsi
> >>>>Cola, Somers NY
> >>>> 172. Sal Ulto - Pepsi Cola Somers NY
> >>>> 173. Melissa Ulto - Freelance Productions, NY
> >>>> 174. Bill Aron, Los Angeles
> >>>> 175 Michael Signer, Notre Dame, IN
> >>>> 176 Judy Axonovitz -Univ. of Southern California Los
> >>>>Angeles,
> >>>> 177 Milton DeNicholas - Manager, CFI ProServices, Portland,
> >>>>OR
> >>>> 178. Pattric Rawlins, Portland, OR.
> >>>> 179. Janet Petersen, Portland, OR
> >>>> 180. Kelly J. Horton, Beaverton, Oregon
> >>>> 181. Tracy Horton, San Jose, California
> >>>> 182. Karmen Marr, San Jose, California 183. Mary Messano,
> >>>>Mountain View, CA--it's where I learned sign language,
> >>>>Spanish and my numbers without realizing I was learning! I
> >>>>still love to watch it!
> >>>> 184. Diana K. Turner, San Jose, CA (via Brisbane Australia)
> >>>>-- You can't take Sesame Street off the air, where would
> >>>>Bert and Ernie live!!!
> >>>> 185. Carolyn Tidwell, Atherton, CA
> >>>> 186. Michelle McKee, Redwood City, CA
> >>>> 187. Carol Arguero, Redwood City, CA
> >>>> 188. Rita Rawan, Boston, MA
> >>>> 189. Nicole Rawan, Boston, MA
> >>>> 190. Charles Golden, Boston, MA
> >>>> 191. Gregg Teixeira, Boston, MA
> >>>> 193. Melanie L. Daglian, Boston, MA
> >>>> 194. Patti Kadick, Boston, MA
> >>>> 195. Joni Overton Jung, Toronto, Ontario
> >>>> 196. Chris Michael, Chicago, IL
> >>>> 197. Michael Dodge, Chicago, IL
> >>>> 198. Jennifer Selangowski, Lansing, IL
> >>>> 199. Katie Sullivan, Chicago, IL
> >>>> 200. Kristin Dabrowski, IL
> >>>> 201. Kari Dabrowski, Lansing, IL
> >>>> 202. Deborah Paun, Lansing, IL
> >>>> 203. Alison Beaver, Chicago, IL
> >>>> 204. Erin Turtel, Evanston, IL
> >>>> 205. Melissa Turtel, Seattle, WA
> >>>> 206. Hammi Hammerschmidt, Seattle, WA (USA)
> >>>> 207. Christian Seefeldt, Cologne, Germany
> >>>> 208. Lizzie Frege, Cologne, Germany
> >>>> 209. Daniel Hussong, Cologne-Beverungen, Germany
> >>>> 210. Carsten Stricker, Bochum, Germany
> >>>> 211. Anja Kutzner, Berlin, Germany
> >>>> 212. Philipp Thuerwaechter, Berlin, Germany
> >>>> 213. Erik Hobijn, LOVE MAIL COOKIES , Berlin/Amsterdam,
> >>>> Germany/Netherlands
> >>>> 214. Andreas Broeckmann, Rotterdam/Berlin, NL/D
> >>>> 215 Nina Meilof, Amsterdam, NL
> >>>> 216 Jos Verhoeff, Bois d'Arcy, Frankrijk
> >>>> 217 Pepijn van de Geer, Nijmegen, Nederland
> >>>> 218 marianne heyde, Beuningen, Nederland
> >>>> 219 sophie heyde, Beuningen, Nederland
> >>>> 220. Julie Kiefer-St. Louis, MO
> >>>> 221. Michelle Progar-Vernon Hills, IL
> >>>> 222. Marcela Villarreal-London,Ontario
> >>>> 223. Ryanne Andrade - Mississauga, Ontario
> >>>> 224. Ryan Aubin - Georgetown , Ontario. Prof.dr.Ludwig
> >>>>Heyde Dept.of Philosophy
> >>>> 225. Terri Potratz, Richmond BC, Sesame Street Rocks!! kids
> >>>>can learn so much from it!!!
> >>>> 226. Katy Saito, Mississauga, Ontario, SESAME STREET IS AN
> >>>>AWSOME SHOW AND I LOVE IT YOU LEARN SO MUCH! SAVE IT!!!!
> >>>> 227. Brad Mills, Brantford Ontario. Sesame Street is COOL!
> >>>>I'm so glad it was there for me when i was little! SAVE
> >>>>SESAME STREET
> >>>> 228.Hana Miller, Melbourne Australia. DON'T LET BIG BIRD
> >>>>DIE!!!:)
> >>>> 229.Rochelle Wheller, Melbourne Australia. Don't take it
> >>>>away! Then I won't have anything to watch!
> >>>> 230."God made man before woman because you always make a
> >>>>draft before a masterpiece." ~I forget who said that~ Nor
> >>>>Aishah-Sesame Street fan I still watch it!!
> >>>> 231.Nurhana, Singapore- I LOVE SESAME STREET!!!!
> >>>> 232.Eleen, S'pore ---NO!!!don't kill my cookie monster!!!!!
> >>>> 233. Amy. *pooey* no. not ernie!! bert!!! come back!!!
> >>>>*sniff*
> >>>> 234. Diana, s'pore, student -- u cannot take away sesame
> >>>>street cos its the only show for kids on TV today which
> >>>>actually educates. if u take away sesame street, kids will
> >>>>grow up deprived. imagine a generation of children raised on
> >>>>mighty morphin power rangers.
> >>>> 235. Wu Xianyi
> >>>>NOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO
> >>>>OOOOOOO!!!!!!!!!
> >>>>! THEY CANT DO THIS! WHAT HAS THE WORLD COME TO!??!?!?!?!?!?
> >>>> 236. Jeremy Yap, Singapore
> >>>> The world would be a sad place without sesame street.
> >>>> 237. Benjamin Ma, Singapore Can you tell me how to get, how
> >>>>to get to Sesame Street. I LOVE SESAME STREET, YOU PEOPLE
> >>>>CAN'T DO THIS TO ME
> >>>> 238. Sandra Ho, Singapore. What's going to happen to
> >>>>Oscar?!!!
> >>>> 239. Gillian Koh, Singapore. We NEED Ernie and Bert, too!!
> >>>> 240.Kwek Ju-Yang, Singapore. I *live* on it. I would'nt be
> >>>>here without Big bird & gang.
> >>>> 241. Julie Chang, New York. How can you say you are
> >>>>building a brighter future for the next generation if you
> >>>>are taking away the funding for programs such as Sesame
> >>>>Street. Kids can't learn from and play with a Star Wars
> >>>>defense system.
> >>>> 242. Danielle Gryskiewicz, Cambridge, MA It is programming
> >>>>like Sesame Street and National Public Radio that educate
> >>>>and bring together generation after generation. I grew up on
> >>>>Sesame Street and now I begin and end my day with NPR. How
> >>>>can you talk about family values and pull funding for
> >>>>programs aimed at educating and informing our community?
> >>>> 243. Meghan O'Neill, San Francisco, CA. I grew up with
> >>>>Sesame Street and had planned on having my kids grow up with
> >>>>it too. Please don't take such a wonderful learning
> >>>>experience away from our kids (especially in the television
> >>>>era).
> >>>> 244. Steve Pierce, San Francisco, CA. What would you have
> >>>>them watch? Just somebody, please, look at kid's
> >>>>programming, and tell me how anyone with a caring bone in
> >>>>their body could subject a child to a life without the
> >>>>Muppets.
> >>>> 245. Paul Schneider, El Cerrito, CA.
> >>>> 246. Anita Goldstein, El Cerrito, CA.
> >>>> 247. Bill Brier, Northridge, Ca.
> >>>> 248. Chris Bowers, Valencia, CA
> >>>> 249. Bernice Doerfler, Disney-Buena Vista Int'l TV, Los
> >>>>Angeles, CA
> >>>> 250. Danielle Bonequi, San Francisco, CA
> >>>> 251. Lynne Curry, Johns Hopkins University School of
> >>>>Medicine, Baltimore.
> >>>> 252. Eric M. Munro, Johns Hopkins University School of
> >>>>Medicine, Baltimore.
> >>>> 253. Jennifer Munro, NASA Center for AeroSpace Information
> >>>>(CASI), MD.
> >>>> 254. Celine Greene -- Sesame Street Groupie, Baltimore, MD
> >>>> 255. Sandy Burgess, Frederick, MD
> >>>> 256. Lisa Fruth, Annapolis, MD
> >>>> 257. Jennifer Stanfield, University of Delaware
> >>>> 258. Rebecca L. Scalio, Temple University School of Law,
> >>>>Phila., PA
> >>>> 259. Nicole Weber,University of Minnesota, St. Paul, MN
> >>>> 260. Dawn M. Kitchen, Department of Ecology, University of
> >>>>Minnesota, St.Paul, MN
> >>>> 261. Tim Susman, Dept. of Ecology, Univ. of Minnesota, St.
> >>>>Paul, MN
> >>>> 262. John Nunnemacher, Class6 Entertainment, Hollywood, CA
> >>>> 263. Andy Wilson, Vortex Media Arts, Burbank, CA.
> >>>>264. Steve Wozniak, Apple Computer, Los Gatos, CA
> >>>>265. Will Hoover, Realtime Video, San Francisco, CA
> >>>>266. Anna Hoover, Realtime Video, San Francisco, CA
> >>>>267. Eric Malone, Sun Microsystem, Mountain View, CA
> >>>>268. Janet Malone, Homemaker, Mountain View, CA
> >>>>269. Bill Norton, Sun Microsystems, Inc., Mountain View, CA
> >>>>270. Bob Corman, parent, Mountain View, CA
> >>>>280. Karla Brazeau, student, Milwaukee, WI
> >>>>281. Tony Brazeau, ITV Coordinator, San Jose, CA
> >>>>282. Jim Taylor, Oakland, CA
> >>>>283. Maria De La Rosa, student, Stanford University; teacher, Prospect
> >>>>HS; dancer, Los Lupenos de San Jose (which receives funding such as =
> >>>this);
> >>>>San Jose, CA----- stop the madness!
> >>>>284. Kate Goka, student, Stanford University; teacher, Silver Creek =
> >>>High
> >>>>School, San Jose, CA; I want Sesame Street to be around to teach my
> >>>>children as well as my grandchildren.=20
> >>>>285. Catherine Salvin, teacher, Downtown High School, San Francisco, CA
> >>> 286. Robert Burke, SFUSD Secondary Division
> >>> 287. Laura Critchfield, SFUSD Secondary Division
> >>>288. Gregg Bender, San Francisco Unified School District Business =
> >>>Services
> >>> (Big Bird, Bert, and Ernie are not fluff! We could get by without
> >>>lots =
> >>>and lots of government funded stuff before losing Sesame Street!)
> >>>
> >>>289. Judith Warren Little, UC Berkeley (ditto--there are far better targets
> >>>for cuts than NPR)
> >290. Nancy Erbstein, UC Berkeley
> 291. Kristen Zimmerman, Community LORE, Oakland, CA
> 292. Lisa Levenson, U of Az. art ed grad student, Tucson, AZ
> >293. Jennifer Millard, University of Arizona, Art Ed., Tucson,
AZ........................DON'T EVEN THINK ABOUT NIXING SESAME STREET!!!..
>
>
>
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