Duh, what happened? I only got the first three messages here. Help? Donna
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ARTSEDNET Digest for Wednesday, October 09, 2002.
1. Empty Bowls
2. Re: Elementary Art Budget
3. Re: need photo equipment distributer - URGENT!
4. Re: watercolors
5. Re: animal project ideas
6. RE: boredom
7. Re: Lost my heart on a cart....
9. RE: Elementary Art Budget
10. Re: miserable
11. Re: Blind contour drawing ideas
12. Re: miserable
13. Re: miserable
14. Help ! Need short folk art intro for elementary!
15. Re: miserable
16. Re: Help ! Need short folk art intro for elementary!
17. Re: classroom funny
18. Re: miserable
19. oil pastel resist using bogus paper
20. Re: miserable
21. Re: miserable
22. Re: miserable
23. Re: Whine Rubric
24. Re: Help ! Need short folk art intro for elementary!
25. Weekend in Sousse, Tunisia
26. Re: Projector
27. Re: music for Egyptian unit?
28. Re: First year advice/help/sanity :)
29. Spanish for the non-speaker
30. Re: Help ! Need short folk art intro for elementary!
31. gallery activity for Lichtenstein
32. [Fwd: Lost my heart on a cart....]
33. Re: gallery activity for Lichtenstein
34. brain sites
35. Re: miserable
36. no longer miserable
37. Aha! Surreal one-point
38. Re: Weekend in Sousse, Tunisia
39. ANdy Goldsworthy
40. Re: oil pastel resist using bogus paper
41. Re: Help ! Need short folk art intro for elementary!
42. Re: gallery activity for Lichtenstein
43. Re: Paris in Oct.
44. Re: Books on mixed media.
45. Re: Lost my heart on a cart....
46. Old Arts and Activities
47. RE: miserable
Subject: Re: Elementary Art Budget
From: "Larry Seiler" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Wed, 9 Oct 2002 06:39:15 -0500
> Paper is SO expensive. Paint is SO expensive. Glazes are SO expensive.
> I think everyone should receive at least 5.00 per child!!! Do they think
> we're magicians, or that we perform "loaves and fishes" shows in the art
I'm surprised that when art teachers aren't interviewed, they aren't asked
questions or more questions about purchasing art materials and what kind of
budget they would need? I mean...this is a process in and of itself, and we
are expected to do much often for the little offered. They don't really
seem to be in touch with any of it....
But...on the other hand, its amazing how things get jacked up in price
because they are "educational." One stinkin' text book for any other main
core subject ranges from $75 to $120...
Heck $50 is going to get you a pretty heavy nice art book at Barnes and
Nobles or Borders Books. Its all whacked out!