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RE: College courses vs reality

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Vance McSwain (vmcswain)
Sat, 9 Nov 1996 18:44:02 -0600

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Bunki Kramer wrote:
Even if it were a so-so program, it's better
than no program at all or, as someone quoted, having a tech person =
teaching

I enjoyed reading your response. You made some good points, but I do not =
agree with the one above. I have spoken with many people who had a bad =
experience in an art class.The experience turned them off to art or at =
the least kept them from having a good attitute toward art.=20

I think no art course would be better than a bad experience in an =
overcrowded classroom without the materials needed, a frustrated, angy =
teacher, and students who because of numbers, etc. can't be encouraged =
or are not encouraged.=20

I would rather the people I have spoken about above would have hung on =
to their interest in art and possibly taken a continuing education =
course at some point or simple visited an art museum to further their =
knowledge and feed their interest.

Just a thought,
Vance McSwain


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