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Re: [teacherartexchange] art history projects


From: Dulcius (dulcius_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Sat Aug 25 2007 - 12:43:38 PDT

San D,
I did attempt to cut the plaster off the barbies the first time I did the
project, because I really wanted to emphasize that the thing that most kids
think of as a "mummy" is actually the case. However, I had a really
difficult time cutting through the plaster gauze. If you have more luck,
please let me know your "secret"! :-)
-Lydia in Toledo
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>I love the idea of the mummified barbies. I think I would add the idea of
> first wrapping the barbies in plastic (like seran wrap), then plaster
> guazing over them, then cutting the sarcophagus to "open them up", then
> taking out the Barbies, removing the plastic, and wrapping the Barbie is
> fabric strips to place the Barbie back into the opened sarcophagus. I seem
> to remember that they were painted on the inside as well. So I would have
> the kids do the inside and outside with paint.
> San D
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> An Egypt-based project my hs students had fun with was "mummified" barbies
> with plaster "mummy cases".
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