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Do you have a good graphics program--e.g. Painter Classic?
http://www.metacreations.com/) Get your art teachers, creative writing
teachers, math and science--all your teachers!-- involved in making an
on-line gallery--illustrated stories, art work, reports, etc.
Another option would be round robin art work--
--one person starts it, sends (or posts it) and the next person modifies it;
-- or takes a fragment and and creates a new painting;
--or adds a connecting segment for one of the 4 sides--eventually you'll
have a 9 segment painting which can of course be still more extended by
putting each new segment in a borderless table. (set a size limit--not too
big! and any other appropriate guidelines...)
The same process can be used for creative writing where each segment must
end with the protagonist having to make a decision. This eventually becomes
a choose your own ending kind of thing.
Lily Kerns CWKerns
Art Teachers-- http://www.geocities.com/EnchantedForest/Dell/9575
Quilt guild-- http://www.orion.org/~opqg