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Re: artsednet-digest V2 #560

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BROWN LIESE ANN (z975422.edu)
Mon, 2 Feb 1998 13:25:04 -0600 (CST)


At 01:48 AM 2/2/98 -0800, you wrote:
>
>artsednet-digest Monday, February 2 1998 Volume 02 : Number 560
>
>
>
>This edition includes :
>Re: purchasing a kiln for elementary school
>Harvard Coop prints
>Re: purchasing a kiln for elementary school
>Re: Working with K-1
>Re: Re: jewelry making info
>Re: artsednet-digest V2 #559
>Re: Re: Time Spent on Elementary Projects
>Re: Secondary Art Program and Computers
>Re: Inquiry Based Education
>Re: Functions?
>Re: Re: Read this , you'll be glad you did
>mask making video
>looking for info
>Re: artsednet-digest V2 #559
>Re: Working with K-1
>Re: Re: Photo Transfers
>Re: ArtLex - dictionary of visual art
>Re: Van Gogh Family
>Re: ANAMORPHIC ART
>Re: Celtic Art
>Re: Re: Van Gogh Family
>Re: ArtLex - dictionary of visual art
>private art lessons
>need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>Re: Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>『超級電郵軟體』
>
>----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>Date: Fri, 30 Jan 1998 23:25:28 -0500
>From: Numo Jaeger and Michael Miller <jaegmil>
>Subject: Re: purchasing a kiln for elementary school
>
>Hello Robin,
>
>The Skutt is a nice kiln. I have used it for years. Easy to get parts when
>you need to get them. Seriously think about getting one with a computer
>control system. It's really nice to be able to program a schedule into the
>kiln , walk away and not think too much about the firing.
>
>Don't forget about a venting system. We currently are using an envirovent
>on our computerized kiln. It's great!
>
>How many students do you have? The size of the kilns vary alot and your
>choice of kiln would be tied to the number of students in your program.
>
>Numo Jaeger
>Studio One Art Center
>Oakland CA 94606
>e-mail: jaegmil
><http://www.hooked.net/~jaegmil/>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 06:55:45 -0500
>From: One of the Colmans <colmans1>
>Subject: Harvard Coop prints
>
>Here is some additional information about the prints from the Harvard Coop.
>They are Shorewood Prints and they have a great selection. I live close
>enough to buy my prints directly from the store; however, I have mail
>ordered them as well. There is a toll free number that goes directly to the
>mail order dept. It is 800-368-1882. I'm not positive this number works
>from out of state ( I've used it from within Mass.), but give it a try! Good
>luck.
>Marian>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 09:04:48 -0500
>From: Louise <lutton.us>
>Subject: Re: purchasing a kiln for elementary school
>
>>>
>>>On Thu, 29 Jan 1998, Robin Hurewitz wrote:
>>>
>>>> Hi! I am lucky enough to be having a new art room being built for me as
>>>> an addition to my school. I was asked to investigate purchasing a kiln.
>>>> Does anyone have any suggestions?
>>>>
>>>> Robin
>
>
>Robin, We had a new school built 3 years ago. I gave the architects the
>kiln model number and description (Skutt). I had been advised to get a
>kiln that you can program to fire...so you don't have to be there while
>firing. Oddly enough, I received the cheaper model. On investigating, I
>was told I can retrofit this feature for about $500! (Out of the art
>materials budget) I really think it's a nice feature to have...go for it
>
>Louise
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 08:38:09 -0800 (PST)
>From: SassoArt.net
>Subject: Re: Working with K-1
>
>I teach K-5. I am lucky in that I have 55 minute classes, 6
>classes per day. I very much enjoy the "older" students, grades
>2-5, but the very youngest children I find try my patience.
>The 55 minute block is almost too long for them, and they come
>the last two classes of the day when I am tired (my planning
>period is first thing, followed by the six classes). I feel
>that I should re-structure the class from the lecture/demo/production/
>discussion model I use with other students. I do storytelling
>with them which seems to be effective, but I feel that discipline
>issues often overide learning with the more immature classes
>within this age groups.
> Any ideas anyone can share with me for dealing with this age
>group would be most appreciated.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 08:50:49 -0800 (PST)
>From: travel
>Subject: Re: Re: jewelry making info
>
>Hi Teri,
>
>My 20 year old daughter is interested in jewelry making classes at some
school or tech school, preferably in the midwest, and most preferably in
Ohio. Can you point us to a list of sources?
>
>Thanks and best,
>
>Larry McElwee
>369 East Clearview
>Worthington OH 43085-4036
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 12:20:43 EST
>From: Rudyway
>Subject: Re: artsednet-digest V2 #559
>
>Any suggestions on how to convince your school you need an art room?
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 09:38:50 -0800 (PST)
>From: SassoArt.net
>Subject: Re: Re: Time Spent on Elementary Projects
>
>I have broached a similar question concerning the younger kids
>im my school, K-1. I buy Art Masterpiece and other coloring
>books, the most visually interesting ones I can find, like the
>Dover books on Celtic design, or optical art design books.
>Whether or not it's legal, I have been copying these books for
>students to work on when they finish early. I used to do the
>cart thing so I know that you could just pack some with you.
>I try to include masterpieces they have studied so it rein-
>forces the cirriculum. Other students become my "gallery workers."
>I let them take down art work hanging in the hall, or mount and
>hang new work. Young children really love to do this.
> You could even make some worksheets for early finisher on
>concepts like Warm/cool, or symmetry for them to work on.
>Good luck.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 13:15:55 -0800 (PST)
>From: sdrapeau
>Subject: Re: Secondary Art Program and Computers
>
>Hi Everyone!
>
>I was very interested in Tim's query about
>computers in the secondary art classroom
>His situation sounds very similiar to our own.
>We are also looking at making connections with
>busineses for media/arts internships. We have
>nothing at the moment and are researching
>curriculum rationale, hardware, softwareyou name it!
>Many of you have already been down this road
>We need resources, copies of your art curriculum,
>etc. Any and all help would be greatly appreciated!
>My address is:
>Suzanne Drapeau
>Avon High School
>510 West Avon Rd.
>Avon, CT 06001
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 13:55:46 -0800 (PST)
>From: billigtond
>Subject: Re: Inquiry Based Education
>
>try Edmund Burke Feldman's Becoming Human Through Art, Jerome Bruner's
work,Assagioli's writings, and even Buckminster Fuller's viewpoints on
learning!
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:03:35 -0800 (PST)
>From: billingtond
>Subject: Re: Functions?
>
>Try Edmund Burke Feldman's Art as Image and Idea &/or Jacque Maritain's
Creative Intuition in Art and Poetry...Hope you willenjoy! DB
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 14:09:57 -0800 (PST)
>From: billingtond
>Subject: Re: Re: Read this , you'll be glad you did
>
>Please forward :Re: Read this! You'll be glad you did! to hancefam
>
>
>
>
>
>
>r
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>------------------------------
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>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 15:42:44 +0000
>From: Ruth Wilson <RWilson>
>Subject: mask making video
>
>Does anyone know of a good video on maskmaking, and or origami
>appropriate for elementary level?
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 15:40:51 +0000
>From: Ruth Wilson <RWilson>
>Subject: looking for info
>
>My district is working on assessment tools for art standards, ie:
>rubrics. I have heard that there are 15 pilot projects somewhere across
>the nation that are doing this to develop models. If you are involved or
>know where I can find out more please contact me. There is supposed to
>be a committee called SCASS ( States that are assessing art standards)
>Does anyone know about this? These rubrics would be to assess elementary
>age students.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 16:33:43 -0800 (PST)
>From: Sidnie Miller <sidmill.us>
>Subject: Re: artsednet-digest V2 #559
>
>How about hang dripping large paper mache pieces from each teacher's
>ceiling?? Or have some accidental spills of paint on a carpeted area.
>Or inconvenience the regular classroom teachers by haveing to store
>the kids work--large, possibly smelly in their room all week. And
>make sure that the kids LOVE these projects and and very excited about
>them and get their parents involved and excited so that the principal
>won't just tell you to do small clean work. Sid
>
>###########################
># Sidnie Miller #
># Elko Junior High School #
># 777 Country Club Drive #
># Elko, NV 89801 #
># 702-738-7236 #
>###########################
>
>On Sat, 31 Jan 1998 Rudyway wrote:
>
>> Any suggestions on how to convince your school you need an art room?
>>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 21:32:09 EST
>From: MALOSHD
>Subject: Re: Working with K-1
>
>SOME IDEAS:
>
>If your having discipline problems, try using the production aspect of your
>lessons as a reward. I often conduct instruction in an area separate from the
>work tables. When instruction is over, I choose the children who were most
>attentive and rule abiding to get their materials and get to work first. The
>children who don't get to work right away need to tell me what behaviors they
>need to work on during instruction before I allow them to get to work. It
>really clarifies behavior expectations!
>
>IDEAS FOR USING EXTRA TIME
>
>- -have a crtique of all the work finished or a past project.
>- -play "I spy" with a famous painting, or just art objects in the art room.
>(assuming you have one) You can guide them to using art vocabulary
>with this game.
>- -play "touch the color, or art element" game.
>- -sing art songs...."Who is wearing (substitute any art element) today"
(sung
>to the tune of Mary Had a Little Lamb.
>
>I hope these help...this is the first year I have not taught K and 1 in a
>while. They were quite a handful, but I really miss the joy they brought me.
>Have fun....
>

>- -Dawn Malosh, Tucson
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 20:45:19 -0800 (PST)
>From: billingond
>Subject: Re: Re: Photo Transfers
>
>How far north?
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sat, 31 Jan 1998 21:05:08 -0800 (PST)
>From: db
>Subject: Re: ArtLex - dictionary of visual art
>
>Checked it out. SUPER for QUICK reference! THANKS!
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 14:31:18 +0000
>From: "John Bibby, QED of York, York, England" <qed>
>Subject: Re: Van Gogh Family
>
>Sorry to spoil the joke, but all these are based upon a faulty
>pronunciation that only Americans use!
>
>A truer rhyme wd be the old anti-Polaris chant (best su g with kilts
>and an over-dose of whisky):
>
>"Och! Och! There's a monster in the Loch!"
>
>JOHN BIBBY
>
>
>
>On 28 Jan 98 at 4:34, Brigid Moriarty wrote:
>
>> >The VanGogh Family
>> >
>> >Vincent Van Gogh had a larger family than many people realize. Here
>> >are some of the lesser known members:
>> >
>> >The grandfather who moved to Yugoslavia - U. Gogh
>> >The brother who accidentally bleached all his clothes white - Hue
>> >Gogh The sister who wore a mini-skirt and liked to dance in bars -
>> >Go Gogh The real obnoxious brother - Please Gogh The brother who
>> >ate prunes - Gotta Gogh The uncle who was constipated - Cant Gogh
>> >The uncle who worked at a convenience store - Stop N. Gogh His
>> >dizzy aunt - Verti Gogh The cousin who moved to Illinois - Chica
>> >Gogh His magician uncle - Wherediddy Gogh The cousin who lived in
>> >Mexico - Amee Gogh Another cousin who lived in Mexico - Grin Gogh
>> >Nephew who drove a stagecoach - Well Far Gogh Aunt who loved
>> >Arhentine dancing - Tan Gogh His ornithologist uncle - Flamin Gogh
>> >His nephew, the Freudian psychoanalyst- E. Gogh His cousin who
>> >loved tropical fruits - Mang Gogh The aunt who taught the poser of
>> >posistvie thinking - Way to Gogh His bouncy young nephew - Poe Gogh
>> >The niece, who's been traveling the US in a van - Winnie Bay Gogh
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> > >
>> > /! Nancy Sojka
>> > / !\ North Winneshiek Community School
>> > / ! \ 3495 North Winn. Rd.
>> > / ! \ Decorah, IA 52101
>> >/____!___\
>> >\________/
>> >\c\c\c\c\c\
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>> >
>>
>>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 14:31:17 +0000
>From: "John Bibby, QED of York, York, England" <qed>
>Subject: Re: ANAMORPHIC ART
>
>On 17 Jan 98 at 13:30, BullD135 wrote:
>
>> CAN YOU GIVE ME ANY INFO ON ANAMORPHIC ART
>>
>
>We have something in our 1998 "Alice in Escherland" yearbook.
>This centenary fantasy takes Lewis Carroll's (d. 1898) Alice who falls
>down the rabbit-hole and finds herself in a land of mysterious creations
>inspired by MC Escher (b.1898).
>
>The section on Anamorphic art takes an Escher-like "Unicorns"
>tesselation and transforms it anamorphically. There is a full
>explanation of the genre toegther with some examples from afverts,
>games etc.
>
>This section and several of the others were written by John Sharp,
>who must be one of the world experts on anamorphic art (incl.
>Holbein's "Ambassadors" which has been so much written about
>recently). John is also organising the conference on Decorative Art
>in Oxford in ?? May.
>
>The whole book includes literally thousands of graphics - other art
>themes include "Flatland" projections, tangrams, golden rectangles
>and Escherian triangles, morphig and computer art, Escher's
>"impossible objects", a full-colour poster on sliceform surface
>posters, tessellations, knots and mathematics, Islamic art, Mobius
>bands etc etc etc.
>
>How can you get one?
>
>Send a ten-dollar bill to the address below, or contact QEDBooks1
>
>We'd also like some US distributors for the above - please let me
>know if you know anyone suitable!
>
>Thanks
>JOHN BIBBY
>
>The address to order the above (10 dollars inc. postage) is
>===========================
>Sue Tate
>QED Books
>Room 1, Stonehills House
>Welwyn AL8 6NH, England
>
>- -Phone: +44-1707-396698
>- -Fax: +44-1707-334233
>- -Email: QEDBooks1
>===========================
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 14:31:18 +0000
>From: "John Bibby, QED of York, York, England" <qed>
>Subject: Re: Celtic Art
>
>On 18 Jan 98 at 20:31, Christina ARndT, M.Ed. wrote:
>... > will be doing some of the standards- Celtic knot work and Book
>of > Kells letters. Does anybody have any other ideas or lessons like
>> these that worked for them.
>
>There are quite a lot of book on Celtic art, and Tarquin Publications
>have a new poster. It is A1 size (~33x24 inches) and will cost 2.80
>English pounds (about 4.40 dollars). Laminated versions will also be
>available.
>
>For further details you can contact
>QEDBooks1
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 13:40:46 EST
>From: Maahmaah
>Subject: Re: Re: Van Gogh Family
>
>Yea, but they were still cute.
>
>We Americans get away with a lot, don't we?
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 08:03:17 -0500
>From: (Mark Alexander) mamjam
>Subject: Re: ArtLex - dictionary of visual art
>
>Dear db,
>
>Please fill in the blanks if you post to the list.
>I'm curious now--did I miss something?
>
>Thank you,
>
>Mark Alexander, 1-8 Art
> Lee H. Kellogg School
> 47 Main Street
> Falls Village, Connecticut 06031
> U.S.A.
>
>
>At 9:05 PM 1/31/98, db wrote:
>>Checked it out. SUPER for QUICK reference! THANKS!
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 16:05:34 EST
>From: LydiaWest
>Subject: private art lessons
>
>My aunt and uncle have expressed interest in me giving one-hour(ish) art
>lessons to my cousins. They told me to come up with a rate to charge them,
>and I have no idea!! Since they're family, I wouldn't want to charge them
the
>normal rate, but I really don't even know what constitutes a normal rate!
>Please help!!
>Lydia West
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 16:26:08 EST
>From: PurpleArt
>Subject: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>
>Please help -- my niece needs to make her Valentine box for school and wants
>to make a round (i.e. basketball) shaped box. I can't remember the
>proporations of water and flour for home made papier mache. Of course, she
>needs to start it TODAY. . . thanks for anyone's help!
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 17:40:45 -0500 (EST)
>From: Anna Shannon Geraghty <ag769594.edu>
>Subject: Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>
>If you don't stand for something, you'll fall for anything
>- -Malcolm X
>
>Time isn't used, it's experienced
>- -Hopi Nation
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 01 Feb 1998 16:58:27 -0600
>From: Chaney <lchaney>
>Subject: Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>
>Take a balloon. Blow up and tie.
>
>Tear strips of newspaper and dip into a bowl of papier mache paste and
apply to
>the balloon. I would put on about 3 or 4 layers. Dry and pop balloon. Cut
>slit in top of balloon to insert valentines. Paint.
>
>When I'm out of paper mache paste I use 2 cups of water to 1 cup of
flower. I've
>heard that if you add a few tablespoons of sugar it's slows down mold in the
>paste.
>
>Melissa Chaney
>K-12
>Midway School
>Cleveland, MO
>
>
>
>PurpleArt wrote:
>
>> Please help -- my niece needs to make her Valentine box for school and
wants
>> to make a round (i.e. basketball) shaped box. I can't remember the
>> proporations of water and flour for home made papier mache. Of course, she
>> needs to start it TODAY. . . thanks for anyone's help!
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 19:28:27 EST
>From: Moonbeargj
>Subject: Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>
>For papier mache, I soak newsprint in liquid starch diluted with some water.
>For a round form, layer strips of newspaper over a balloon. Use paper
without
>print for final layer if you want to paint it in fewer coats, OR use a
>glue/water mixture and decorate final product by brushing on pieces of
colored
>tissue collage-style. Use a hair dryer to speed up drying process.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 19:37:47 EST
>From: RWilk85411
>Subject: Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>
>I'm allergic to the wheat paste recipe and in this part of the country
mold is
>almost impossible to prevent. I use Elmer's Glue and water. The less water
you
>use the faster it dries. But more water makes it more affordable.
>Reatha
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 19:50:09 EST
>From: Maahmaah
>Subject: Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>
>Check out "Book of Quotes". There should be at least three in the reference
>center of your local library.
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 01 Feb 1998 21:15:54 -0500
>From: Jill <jac314>
>Subject: Re: Looking for inspirational quotes!
>
>Thanks for the quotes, they made me think!
> Jill>
>>
>>
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Sun, 1 Feb 1998 22:43:52 EST
>From: PurpleArt
>Subject: Re: Re: need papier mache recipe TODAY!!!
>
>Thanks TONS for all of your help with recipes for papier mache. I knew I
>could count on this great service!!! :))
>
>------------------------------
>
>Date: Mon, 2 Feb 1998 17:53:25 +0800
>From: a@a
>Subject: 『超級電郵軟體』
>
>『超級電郵軟體』
>
>高速電郵地址收集及高速寄郵套裝軟體,
>可在數萬個及無限的新聞小組內快速地收集千萬及無限的電郵地址,
>每小時能收集數十萬或更多的電郵地址,
>然後使用寄郵功能輕易地把收集回來的電郵地址快速地一次寄出,
>另有一次POST所有選定的新聞小組功能及更多的其它功能.
>
>使用CD-R光碟裝載,另附一百萬個電郵地址.
>
>有興趣者,請回郵給我:sang
>
> (如此電郵對你造成不便,請原諒)
>
>------------------------------
>
>End of artsednet-digest V2 #560
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> Hi, I am an Art Education major at Northern Illinois University and
was wondering if anyone knew of any really good web sites for lesson plans.
I have found a few, but not too many really good ones, thank you Liese
Brown z975422.edu