Re: [art_education] Re: Artrain
I hope you get to see it as well. The train seems like a perfect
opportunity for school kids to see some exceptional native American artwork.
----- Original Message -----
From: "lindwoodwebtv" <lindwood@...>
Sent: Saturday, April 03, 2004 6:59 AM
Subject: [art_education] Re: Artrain
> Hi Pam,
> That is a GREAT opportunity for your students! I read the info about
the exhibition and it sounds so interesting. I see the date in Houston is
still to be decided. I hope I remember/see more info about it if/when they
decide to send the train our way. Congratulations!
> --- In firstname.lastname@example.org, "Pam" <pgstephens@n...> wrote:
> > Just a heads up for some of you folks whose rural towns are on or near a
> > railroad line. Artrain USA is starting its new exhibition this month.
> > exhibition is Native Views: Influences of Modern Culture and promises to
> > exceptional. The exhibition starts in Tempe after a preview in MN.
> > If you want to check out the Artrain and exhibition, the website is
> > http://www.artrainusa.org/
> > A list of cities for the three-year tour is on the site. A teacher
> > listed on the site, but I have yet to be able to download it.
> > Art education students in the NAU pre-service program will be acting as
> > education guides when the train stops in Flagstaff later this month.
> > wonderful opportunity for these undergraduates.
> > My students and I will be trained April 21 and I will be able to share
> > exactly what the exhibition and tours will include.
> > From rainy Sedona,
> > Pam
> Yahoo! Groups Links