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Lesson Plans

Dream Art Room

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K Eickman (
Tue, 17 Feb 1998 15:33:05 +0000

Hi C. Eric, If there is any possibility for getting windows, I would
strongly urge you to try to get them. The natural light cannot be
duplicated by artificial lighting, which tends to be very even and
uninteresting. Also the benefits of looking out at the changes in weather,
times of day and just using long range vision are revitalizing. In my
opinion, windows are at the top of the list for a dream art room.

Another point to consider: it is great to be able to look out at the whole
art room. For example I can stand by the sinks and supervise washing
palettes and still see the rest of the students who may still be working.
No places to hide.