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... but no time to say it. We've been working with my son on his art report about Charles M. Russell and getting caught up on other household stuff.

(One of the things we love about our kids' school is that art education is a part of the curriculum from the youngest class on up -- learning about famous artists and their masterworks, not just names and dates.)

In the morning, I'll put up a link to my latest Urban Tulsa Weekly column. In the meantime, check out the linkblog above and the blogrolls over in the right-hand column.


susan said:

Have your child enter the Art contest for the Oklahoma PTA contest which is around April. You can contact the state chapter to find out more about it in case your school PTA does not have the art and music contest if they are still doing that contest. They have a theme and the students write music or create art according to the theme.

One of my children won in the state music middle school division (a few years ago) but it was interesting to see the work of young elementary students create works of art from different schools in Oklahoma.

My son was nominated this year for the State
Superintendent 2006 Arts Success senior award.

Holland Hall also is the location for Summer Arts, and my children have all been a part of that. Great teachers and beautiful campus.

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