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RE: community themed projects


From: Hillmer, Jan (hillmjan_at_TeacherArtExchange)
Date: Mon Mar 01 2004 - 04:45:41 PST

4 hands painted mandala style on tiles, and mounted?
 Or what about tiles with a self portait sculpted in relief? Just helpin' you brainstorm....

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        From: sandra summers-barrick []
        Sent: Sun 2/29/2004 5:52 PM
        To: ArtsEdNet Talk
        Subject: community themed projects

        Does anyone have any ideas for 1-8th using "community" as the theme? We
        have a open invitation to send in students work for an exhibit in April
        in Cincinnati. It's open to all students you just have to drop off the
        work and pick it up. I thought about having some of the kids at my
        school send in some work, but I'm drawing a blank. I want to do 3D work
        but you can only submit 2D. Also if I do any samples I always have those
        that copy my sample, even when I take it down after presentation. So a
        criteria is usually the way I go. I keep thinking about "hands", holding
        hands perhaps different shades maybe because of the diversity problem
        here in Cincy. Not a native to this city, I don't know why everyone
        can't get a long.I'm open to suggestions.
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