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Unbelievable! I saw your show at Emerson Elementary School on Oct. 30, 2002. I was very moved and have never been in an assembly where the students were so quiet. It was awesome, thank you for sharing it.
My family and I just loved your show. We can't wait to see the ending project.
I saw your show 3 times that day at Spring Creek Elementary School in Spring Creek Nevada and I really,really loved your show. You are awesome!
I loved your program! But not the kissing part... GROSS!laugh out loud. I look up to you as the greatest ARTIST in the WORLD! I loved how you did the show! How did you manage to do everything? I look forward to seeing your SIGNATURE PROJECT when it is done! Did you put the name Matthew McDermott on the sun? Because he died on September 11 and he was my cousin. I loved how you made the "Irish Eye Vision with the 200 year old bridge. I liked how you did the motorcycle and cop
Your Presentation was rad dude.I am a student at White Brook.This was by far the coolest assembly probably cause you had a lot of music and you are pretty nuts at guitar.Thanks for letting me be a part of the Signature Project also.Good luck
Ann Marie Chinn
My daughter saw you at Laurelhurst School this week. Here are her comments:
I like how you do art. I think you are an amazing artist because you do a great job of describing how you think the world is and you are very creative and think of stuff that I would have never thought of. You make the world seem a better place to me and you help our kids understand how things should go in the world. You try to make people understand that the world is a great place and if you find a spot that you belong in, you can just feel like the world is perfect!
Dan Brickner P&G Lima
really enjoyed the show. "out of the box" media features designed into project keep your interest and make this an extraordinary medium, tying in family talents with an appreciation for inhabitants of mother earth. makes me wonder what other features will be incorporated before the project reaches completion.
Wow! I just saw your show this morning at Oakland Elementary School in Butler, PA and have told everyone about it. The project is amazing! How blessed you and your brother are to be so talented. And how blessed everyone that experiences your show is. Not only did you amaze the adults at the school, but you touched the students as well. After seeing the show we discussed it in class. One of my students noted with great enthusiasm that you have to "know about computers, math, science, geography, music, art, and how to talk really well too!" Thank you so much for opening my eyes, sharing your talents and dreams, and allowing me the priviledge to be a part of history.
DUSTREE KAY SOUTH
It is the most wonderful thing that I have ever seen. There is really no words to describe it. I saw the show in Miami, Oklahoma and it touched the inner soul. I left feeling that the human spirit still lives on in this project. Keep up the good work and Thank you again for coming to our town to show it.
Dear Mr. Dunning-I was geniunely moved by your Signature Project Show. The images you created and the pictures you showed were simply astounding. As I love Irish music I did find it hard to watch everything as I would close my eyes and let myself blend in with the
beautiful music your brother composed and played. I felt very honored to meet you after the final show at our school and I hope that one day I will be able to shake your hand again. Thank you so much for coming to our little neck of the woods, for letting us know that all people count and for allowing our fifth grade students be a part such a wonderful masterpiece.
Sincerely, Deanna McDevitt-Special Ed Instructor, Fernan Elementary, Coeur d'Alene, Idaho.
I had the joy of experiencing the Signature Project on October 16, 2002 in Portland, Oregon. I greatly appreciate the opportunity to reflect on the divergence and beauty of life. Thanks so much!