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re:student art on web

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tgibbons (tgibbons)
Fri, 8 Nov 1996 00:15:03 -0600

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>From: Betti Longinotti <blongino>
>Date: Wed, 6 Nov 1996 14:26:03 -0500 (EST)
>Subject: Re: Student Art on Web
>I am also interested in websites that are used as "virtual galleries". I
>would love to visit some sites to gain more knowledge about what we would
>like to do in our school system. I think it has great possibilities to
>extend DBAE by exhibiting student work along with narratives, aesthetic
>&/or historical perspectives. I will be interested in receiving some
>responses with URL addresses.
>On Tue, 5 Nov 1996, Linda Neely wrote:
>> I am visiting websites that display student art. Some sites are
>> are linked to a school webpage. Some share text by the students;
>> some are grouped under text umbrellas. A few permit responses
>> from visitors.
>> If you have seen or created interesting websites displaying student
>> art, please post the address. I want to learn from others before I
>> attempt a student gallery, featured artist or literary/art link for
>> my school. Thanks.
>> Linda K. Neely
>> Irmo High School
>> Columbia, SC 29212
>> Internet: NEELYLK

Here's my web site with a student gallery...
By the way if anyone else is interested in developing their own
gallery...I'll be happy to help, and would love to add links! e-mail me
if interested. Terry

Terry Gibbons

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