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On Fri, 26 Sep 1997, kristin rauch wrote:
> I find myself visiting and revisiting the art & ecology site on artsednet.
> Last time, I took the time to read the teacher story about a courtyard
> project at Lima West Middle School. Those art students are involved in an
> ongoing collaborative project that will bring a lasting change to their
> community. They took art out of the classroom and out of the picture
> frame and addressed a need in the community. Talk about making art
> meaningful! I'm sure there are lots of other art teachers who help their
> students address environmental and social issues through their art in all
> kinds of ways, in that art classroom and out. How do you do it?
> Anybody have any ideas?
CEO, Arts Alive and
Indiana University, IST doctoral student
"Teaching is an Art of the Heart." M. Johnson