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5/27/09 12:43 P

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A fun museum to go to is the Mattress Factory in Pittsburgh. It's a live-in studio where a group of artists make their own installations.

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5/23/09 4:47 P

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As most of us well know Art History is all about discussion so you are in the right spot to talk and support eachother! Just keep up the posts and we will respond as best we can! I am fascinated by the Dali museum you speak of, I've never been but I have heard about it.. did you work here?
I think it is very important, especially for those of us in a museum or art related field, to make sure we are getting enough physical activity. It is way to easy to just sit on a couch and crack a book and a bag of chips and go to town on them. I think it is cool that you read on the treadmill I don't think I could focus! But maybe I'll give it a try next time! emoticon



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5/23/09 9:05 A

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I my name is Courtney, i'm not new to SP, But I am looking for some new active teams(active as in we talk, not fitness goals) I am a college student at St. Petersburg College in FL and want to transfer to UF for a Masters in Museum Studies. I LOVE History and Art. So it all seems to go together. I use to be at the Dali Museum in St. Petersburg, But my FAVORITE in the area is The Ringling Museum in Sarasota FL.

I'm 5'2 and around 170lbs. I found I love to read on the treadmill and thats how I lost the first 10lbs.... OK well thats all I can think of about myself for now.. emoticon

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