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Re: [teacherartexchange] ideas for a rock n roll theme?

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From: Ann Heineman (aiheineman_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Wed Jul 28 2010 - 19:48:54 PDT


Hi Jeryl,
  The Rock & Roll Hall of Fame in Cleveland may have a website that will
 provide some ideas. I toured the museum 10 years ago and thought it was well done and fun. The building was designed by I.M. Pei and sets along the shore of Lake Erie.

          Ann-on-y-mouse in Columbus
              Retired

On Jul 28, 2010, at wrote:

> Well, it's that time again- thinking about school. I've been reading the tips
> for student teachers- I' ve been trying to do the one about relax and refresh
> during the summer! However, time to start thinking (if not actually doing!)
> about school. One of my schools is doing a sports theme which is pretty to easy
> to come up with artists who did/do sports paintings. My other school (yes, after
> 23 years at one elementary school, I have been given another school to cover one
> day a week which I will share with another teacher who will be there 2 days) has
> a theme of "Rocking the School Year". Now what do you do with that at the
> elementary level? I was thinking in the back of my head that there is a Warhol
> print of Elvis but when I looked it up today Elvis is pointing a 6 shooter which
> won't go over too well. I was thinking he was holding a guitar (logical, huh?)
> Does anyone have any ideas for a rock-n-roll theme that involves art? I can't
> hang anything from the ceiling at this school so I don't need to worry about
> table signs but I do want to have some kind of display out side of the
> classroom. I'm stumped right for now. Thanks in advance for any ideas.......
> Jeryl in hot,hot SC
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