Woody's got a great idea.
There is a blueprint shop near where I work that donates scraps and
damaged foamcore. If there's a blueprint shop near you, maybe they
can, too. (They make signs, also, so try sign shops, as well.)
On Fri, Mar 14, 2008 at 1:32 PM, Woody Duncan <email@example.com> wrote:
> Sounds like fun - if it's available - try foam core.
> Perhaps a frame shop has left over pieces.
> On Mar 14, 2008, at 9:28 AM, firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
> > Hey guys, so I am in a bit of a rut....I have been working with 8th
> > graders (this is there second year with me) I went from 1 point
> > perspective room drawings, into exploring paper, and then I was going
> > to have them actually start building their rooms WITH paper...sound
> > "interesting"? haha....anyway, we received some sandy skoglund, I was
> > thinking I could go over an architect now that we are building and
> > designing, but I am contemplating not having my 8th graders build
> > these rooms...I feel it might be repetitive OR it might be awesome to
> > have them start from this blueprint and actually physically build
> > their rooms...?
> > I have never taught any sculpture before, and am not sure where to go
> > from paper explorations?? I might have jumped the gun.
> > Any suggestions?!?!
> > Also, anyone here of any openings in Philadelphia??
> > terri
> > NYC
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