Presentation / Art Teachers / Jethro Tull

Finished writing a comprehensive art-acquisition plan for a corporation that I have to give a presentation to on Monday. They’re from a different area than I, so this will involve some travel. Powerpoint, initial plan, budget, Q&A session, everything. Looking forward to it. Think they’ll be blown away. We’ll see where it goes.

Had to give a talk to 40 art teachers this morning. District administrator brought me in to inspire them. Apparently she felt the bureaucracy was muddling up the creative process, in both teaching and art creation. Hope I made a difference. Great audience anyway. A lot closer than NY too.

Jethro Tull’s playing in town tonight. Last time I saw them was in 1973, when I was 15. Ian Anderson leaping around like a madman, playing flute in his one-legged stance, the rest of the band flawless. Will I go again, now that three decades have past? I think not. Head to Lawrence for beers with a friend instead.

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