I do the same thing for wet work--one of my clothelines stretches in front
of a long row of windows (also the heating vents underneath)--so I can hang
work back to back. I also keep that whole counter space underneath, which
stretches next to the windows free to use for drying, as well. A fellow
teacher gave me a small wire drying rack last year--it sits on my counter,
and I can get one class's work on it (or two, if it is small work). There
is no room in my art room to put a large drying rack. Sometimes I have
stuck masking tape rolls on my cupboards, and put prints on there to dry.
Flexibility--I think if we art teachers didn't have it, we might go crazy (I
know I would!).
----- Original Message -----
From: "gail kizis" <email@example.com>
To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
Sent: Saturday, June 11, 2005 2:26 AM
Subject: Re: [teacherartexchange] setting up a new art room
> hi yall,
> on the issue of storage of wet media, i gave the drying racks to one of
> our jr highs that had the room and used clotheslines with clothespins
> instead. doesn't take up so much floor space (which i am low on) and
> utilizes blank wall space and is soooo cheap.
> i hated fighting that freaking drying rack trying to move it around.
> i teach high school and average 150 students per semester. this works for
> me but may not for others with more students.
> hope yall are having a good summer,
> nancy in north texas
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