Bag must be received no later than June 10, 2004.
I've wanted for some time to establish a permanent
collection of some of the incredible artwork generated by the Earth Day
Groceries Project. For the past few years I've held out three or
four bags produced at Arbor Heights Elementary to put up on display in
the front of the school during April and May. I have also used
these bags in displays at conference presentations.
So I thought, wouldn't it be wonderful to
create a display of bags from MANY participating schools? Wouldn't
it be great to get high quality scans for electronic presentations? How
about a Project calendar?! How about a traveling display that could be
viewed in art museums?
One of the major roadblocks in using bags
created by students is getting legal permission to do so. Hopefully, the
following release form will not be too much of a hurdle, and many schools
will choose to Send In One Bag!
The first place the bags will be
displayed will be in the front of Arbor
Heights Elementary School, where The Earth Day Groceries Project
began, way back in 1994!
Please read the form carefully. It
must be included with the bag you send in, and it must be filled out
completely. If you have any
questions, drop me an email. Thanks - Mark
Project Manager and Founder
The Earth Day Groceries Project