Second Year Art Gallery Visit

We all enjoyed our visit to the halls of the Nineteenth Century (Romanticism and Victorianism) at the NSW Art Gallery visit yesterday. The highlight was Ford Madox Brown’s monumental painting of Chaucer (Geoffrey Chaucer- father of English Literature) reading at the court of Edward III: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Geoffrey_Chaucer, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Edward_III_of_England. Madox Brown, one of the great pre-Raphaelite brotherhood, was – in the middle of the 19th Century- trying to bring people back to the amazing world of the pre-Renaissance: a world of purity, art, culture, Life…. all the values missing (they[P.B.] thought) missing from Victorian England: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pre-Raphaelite, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ford_Madox_Brown. Madox Brown’s most famous work “Work”! is featured in the Norton Gallery (text) and is central to understanding how the Victorians thought about themselves… take a closer look: http://www.victorianweb.org/painting/fmb/paintings/hikim2.html (incidentally this web link [victorianweb] is one of the best literary web sites in existence… it is worth looking around it… brilliant. Also look at:
http://www.manchestergalleries.org/ford-madox-brown/. Here is Madox Brown’s painting we explored in the gallery yesterday:

And here are some of our appreciative onlookers:


And here is our last group caught in the process of trying to find “the odd man out”- which was the Romantic Painting in this gallery of Enlightenment Extravaganza!???

See you all next week…..
Shakespereans… in the Shakespeare room at the State Library… don’t be late 9.45am Tuesday!
MG

  80 comments for “Second Year Art Gallery Visit

  1. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

  2. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

  3. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

  4. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

  5. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

  6. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

  7. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

  8. March 19, 2009 at 5:45 am

    fate/coincidence??

    I love Ford Madox Brown and was thrilled to be studying him in my Art History & Theory class today. To then log in and see him on my Literature Lecturer’s LJ was short of astounding. Thanks for sharing (and now I definitely cannot wait for second year literature!)
    Liz

    • March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

      Re: fate/coincidence??

      That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
      Thanks for the comment Liz
      MG

  9. March 19, 2009 at 8:11 am

    Re: fate/coincidence??

    That is pretty amazing… shows what an interdisciplinary place we actually are!!!!
    Thanks for the comment Liz
    MG

  10. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

  11. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

  12. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

  13. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

  14. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

  15. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

  16. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

  17. March 22, 2009 at 8:09 am

    Hi Mg!

    It is so cool to see that you are still using this blogging tool in your classes. As a new teacher of English, I feel blessed and privileged to have been given the opportunity to discover Livejournal. Your students, past and present, are also blessed to have such an eager and artistic professor who is willing to take on the challenges of technology!

    I am using LJ in my classroom and I encourage my students to get on here and express themselves they way you taught us! I have decided to continue my personal journey on LJ, and model how successful the tool is in aiding artistic expression.

    I hope you are well, and not missing the class of 2008 TOO MUCH!

    Justine :o)

    • March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

      Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
      MG
      so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

      • March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

        I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

        I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

        I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

        I will let you know how it goes.

        Regards,
        Justine :o)

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

        To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
        Cheers
        MG

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

        p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

      • March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

        Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

        Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

        Justine :o)

    • May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

      HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
      Cheers
      MG

  18. March 25, 2009 at 11:14 pm

    Hi Justine…. strange as it may seem I was actually talking about YOU to my students this very morning… sharing with them how you had contacted me some months ago to tell me how useful you were still finding LJ as part of your professional equipment. This is great news. Let me know how it goes… and of course I will always be happy to help out with ideas, suggestions etc…. but chances are you will be able to help me by letting me know how the technology translates into the schoolroom… thanks for being in touch!
    MG
    so there is still room for LJ – despite Facebook!

  19. March 26, 2009 at 5:51 am

    I feel honoured. Thanks MG. My plan for 2009 is to gain more experience with using LJ in the school classroom. So far so good! Perhaps one day I could come and show you what I have created and share it with your students.

    I will never forget how I first felt in 2005 when you told us about LJ. I thought it was tiresome and pointless. Little did I know, I was completely UNAWARE of its benefits and had A LOT of learning to do!

    I feel the need to tell people about the benefits of Livejournal, and how it effectively aids individual expression… (I find it especially beneficial for students with learning difficulties because it provides them with a medium of communication that they can relate to).

    I will let you know how it goes.

    Regards,
    Justine :o)

  20. March 26, 2009 at 6:09 am

    To share your experiences with our students!?? you are ON… that is fabulous… let me know when you feel ready to do this. They would love it and you would be a STAR!
    Cheers
    MG

  21. March 26, 2009 at 6:10 am

    p.s I am using my LJ to record my progress, so feel free to look at it also.

  22. March 26, 2009 at 6:34 am

    Thanks MG. I will sure let you know. Perhaps I could bring along some students to give an insight to how it has helped them personally too.

    Take care, I will keep in touch as time progresses.

    Justine :o)

  23. May 25, 2009 at 7:11 am

    HI Justine- are you still coming out here with your students- would love to catch up and hear how you are going with it all…. I am in this week… I think you said Tuesday…. let me know.
    Cheers
    MG

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