A Texan elementary school teacher brought 89 5th graders to the Dallas Museum of Art. The next day she was called into the principal's office. The principal told her that a parent called to complain about the trip. The principal then went on to say how disgusted they were that the teacher would allow those children to be exposed to nudes and nude representations of art. I personally don't find anything wrong with nudity represented in art. I would have a problem if that teacher took the students to see a Mappelthorpe exhibit, or something but it's an art museum! It's oil paintings and statues! What do you expect? It's like being pissed off that a teacher brought her students to see the statue of David. Elementary school kids go to art museums on field trips all the time! They giggle about the naked people in the art, they have lunch and go home. It's nothing to get upset about or have a teacher fired over! Should the parents have been informed ahead of time that there might have been works of art with nudity?