Sunday, October 31, 2004


Originally uploaded by Tracey Petruff.
Here I am presenting information about the FMF program at the October Broward Art Education Association meeting at a local elementary school.


Anonymous said...

Hi Tracey,
I am so excited for you as you embark on your next professional and personal journey. May it turn the page to a new and exciting chapter in your life! I hope you find some time to complete the DOD.
Thinking of you!
Lil' T

Anonymous said...

Tracy, your parents asked if we at The Morikami Museum might offer some insight into the meaning of the inscription on the Muhammed Ali poster. The inscription purports to offer several explanations of the meaning of the word "impossibility" (fukano in Japanese). It reads something like the following: "What is impossible is... with the strength of [obliterated by a bright spot on the poster]... the world... . What is impossible... to be content with the status quo... . What is [impossible]... even though it is not true, merely the future... . [What is]impossible..." As you can see, there are no complete thoughts stated. What is impossible is to give you a clear idea of what this means!

I may be posting this as anonymous, but I am Tom Gregersen, curator of The Morikami Museum, Delray Beach, Florida.