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Nancy Davidson

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Mark Alexander (mamjam)
Sun, 12 Oct 1997 19:50:03 -0500


Recently I asked about the Tona rituals in Mexico, and I had hoped to hear
from many of you on ArtsEdNet, but especially Nancy Davidson. I think she
was one who sent me information about them. But I didn't get any response
at all. I was beginning to think my mind was going, that there never were
any Tona rituals in Mexico, that I'd made them up in a flashback of some
sort, and there really never was a Nancy Davidson on ArtsEdNet!

But this afternoon as I read the Sunday New York Times, there she was!
Right on the front page was a story about Nancy Davidson, a sculptor, who
was one of ten woman artists who recieved the $25,000 "ANONYMOUS WAS A
WOMAN" award this year. I believe the Nancy Davidson who won the award is
the same Nancy Davidson who contributed to ArtsEdNet last year, and sent me
the information I'm seeking but have lost. It says in the story that Nancy
has always taught, and was recently promoted to assistant professor at
State University College at Purchase, New York.

Nancy, if you're still on the list, Congratulations!!! Please reply to me
personally.
If anyone has her email address, I sure would appreciate having it!
If anyone has any knowledge about Tona or Tono rituals in Mexico, please
let me know!

Thanks,

Mark

Mark Alexander, 1-8 Art
Lee H. Kellogg School
47 Main Street
Falls Village, Connecticut 06031
U.S.A.

"The object of education is to
prepare the young to
educate themselves
throughout their lives."
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