Re: high school art
- I know a lot of the art supply catalogs - Nasco, Sax, Triarco, Blick,
will price match. You can send each catalog a supply list and ask
them for their best price. You may be able to get a discount! I got
20% off and free shipping at Triarco just for asking, then they
priced my list and I saved a ton!
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org, Leah Korican <lbkrobar@e...>
> you can get acrylics a lot cheaper than liquitex. Try dick blick.
> have a student grade brand that comes in large containers. Alsocanvas
> boards are cheaper than stretched canvas. go for it!acrylics
> On Dec 8, 2005, at 9:19 PM, Carolyn McDonald wrote:
> > I teach daily high school art classes at a small school.Â The
> > administration wants me to begin a 9 wk. course teaching acrylic
> > painting but when I quoted prices on the 6 pack 4oz liquitex
> > they were horrified at the cost of supplying acrylics for 50students
> > over 9 weeks.Â I suggested using masonite boards with gessoinstead of
> > canvas.Â They want me to teach acrylic painting techniques butthe
> > cost of supplies is a problem.Â What would you suggest?Terms of
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