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Alice par John Tenniel 37 - Alice au pays des merveilles (film, 1951) — Wikipédia

In my dreams, Alice  appears - in this illustration, which suddenly becomes animated. She turns her head, looks at me and says, "I'm stuck in Flint, Michigan. Can you come get me?"

In my dreams, Alice appears - in this illustration, which suddenly becomes animated. She turns her head, looks at me and says, "I'm stuck in Flint, Michigan. Can you come get me?"

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"Drink Me" bottle from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Illustration by artist John Tenniel.

The Philosophy of "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland"

"Drink Me" bottle from Lewis Carroll's "Alice's Adventures in Wonderland." Illustration by artist John Tenniel.

The Caterpillar, Alice in Wonderland - John Tenniel illus.

1941 Alice in Wonderland/Through The Looking Glass Lewis Carroll John Tenniel

The Caterpillar, Alice in Wonderland - John Tenniel illus.

Queen Alice & frog at door in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass." Illustration by artist John Tenniel.

Alice Adventures In Wonderland/Through Looking Glass Lewis Carroll John Tenniel

Queen Alice & frog at door in Lewis Carroll's "Through the Looking Glass." Illustration by artist John Tenniel.

Alice in Wonderland: 32x 7x5 illustrations by John Tenniel

Alice in Wonderland: 32x 7x5 illustrations by John Tenniel from Retro Images

Alice in Wonderland: 32x 7x5 illustrations by John Tenniel

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Alice growing in court    Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, drawn by John Tenniel.

Alice growing in court Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland, drawn by John Tenniel.

n ten or twenty more years does the nonprofit arts and culture sector want to be the US education system: excellent art for rich people and mediocrity, lack of resources, and lack of opportunity for everyone else? Or do we want to be Finland’s: high quality artistic experiences (or “an expressive life’ as Bill Ivey might say) for every man, woman, and child?

n ten or twenty more years does the nonprofit arts and culture sector want to be the US education system: excellent art for rich people and mediocrity, lack of resources, and lack of opportunity for everyone else? Or do we want to be Finland’s: high quality artistic experiences (or “an expressive life’ as Bill Ivey might say) for every man, woman, and child?

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