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HAPPY NEW YEAR MEMBERS! What is protocol for emerging artists starting a limited edition print? What is consensus on making lithographs from digital prints? What is an alternative to finding studio…Continue
Started by PeRO CoLLecTioNS Jul 31, 2013.
hi I am new to this site....is this a helpful site?and are there any Art Education conference, I am a first year teacher.I am also interested in participating in Art eventsContinue
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Wishing Each and Everyone a Splendidly Creative and Prosperous 2016!
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My name is Indira, I taught art for 16 years in a high school. Currently, I am a first year as a PhD Art Education student. I am looking to network, learn and share.
We got a cool new tool at www.najeedorsey.com for my educators/art educators out there. Go to my Website and click Leaving Mississippi tab and you'll have access to a free Teachers lesson plan for your students thanks toThe Columbus Museum and it's education department.
Feel free to contact me. An open format on such technical issues will not work for me. email@example.com for number
There are few African Americans in this field; I want to network to address group concerns, and possibly collaborate on clinical issues.
Sis your job sounds challenging, what would you require? Art topic's to work on? Methods to relax yourself during sessions? What exactly.
I am an art therapist in forensic treatment, working with patients who are Unfit to Stand Trial or Not Guilty by Reason of Insanity. I would like to hear from other art therapists for collaboration.
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I am an artist and educator and have been teaching,focusing on the creativity of, mentally handicapped adults - their work is awesome.
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