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The National Museum of Education will:
 
  1. Create the National Gallery for America’s Young Artists as an online gallery to feature America’s finest young talent, grades Kindergarten through 12th.
  2. Administer the online gallery on a daily basis.
  3. Receive and manage the potential art photos which arrive via email or disks.
  4. Set up and monitor the selection by juried artists of the best art to be showcased for sale to corporations.
  5. Oversee the sale of the art to the corporation by receipt of the purchase cost.
  6. Finalize the transaction of shipping  the art by the school or artist to the company.
  7. Recognize the corporations which have purchased the art as patrons on the website National Gallery for America’s Young Artists: www.nmoe.org
  8. Honor both the artist and the corporation with the company’s photos of their displayed art along with the photo of the company which houses it.
  9. Develop supportive curriculum in art, history and social studies with a focus on the Vatican, Rome and the paintings and artifacts featured in the exhibit. 
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