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I would like to plug my program as well if you don't mind. It is at 
Sheridan College in Oakville (about 1/2 hour outside of Toronto) and it 
has a 4 year degree program in Scientific and technical illustration.
cheers
jennifer


On 1-May-04, at 6:53 PM, anna padilla wrote:

>  
> Stephanie great idea to give students a list and links of interest I 
> will begin to do the same.   I teach informal education courses on the 
> botanical arts at Southern Methodist University here in Dallas, TX  
> and nationally at workshops for art leagues and garden societies.  
> Like you, I realize students needed a place to turn to when my brief 
> workshop class was over, to get more or continued info and support.  I 
> have started a chat group.  A no-obligation-to-pay-a-fee-to-join-group 
> or society, just a place to turn to for info on the botanical arts.  I 
> would be honored if some of you on this list would join to add your 
> expertise.  Please download( or is the term upload?) images of your 
> work into the files.  Add links to yours or other good sites that 
> would especially be of interest to beginners.  I am hoping it will be 
> a place to post questions, announce events and shows, the kind of 
> great stuff we talk about here but specifically on botanical arts.  
> http://www.groups.yahoo.com/group/botanicalart  
>
>
>  Stephanie,  feel free to add my class to the list: BOTANICAL ARTS 
> WORKSHOP Aug. 16-24th Pagosa Springs Art Council, Pagosa Springs, CO 
> http://www.pagosa-arts.com/artists.html
>
> Cynthia Padilla, artist/instructor
>
> I teach a one semester junior college course in biological 
> illustration, and I give the students a list of places where they can 
> find further training..... If anyone out there knows of or teaches 
> courses I should include on my list, please let me know.     Stephanie 
> McCann
>
jennifer osborn
www.jenniferosborn.ca