Not exactly 3D, but I taught weaving in my 3D classes. We started on cardboard looms; the diagrams for various weaves are on IAD. You can then graduate to ¨3D¨ weavings using old rakes, chicken wire, or branches; embroidery on burlap; crocheting hacky sacks. It´s cleeeaaaan and keeps the students really focused at the end of a semester because it requires concentration.
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> Hello everyone,
> A huge wrench has been thrown into my year. About a week ago I was informed that the remodel my school was scheduled to go through would begin with my classroom and I had to have everything packed and moved form my ceramic room in one weeks time. They were moving me and my classes to our small gym. Now I teach high school beginning art and three classes of ceramic. I won't have access to a kiln and the water they told me I had is in a small girls restroom.
> Now that the move is complete and we are on spring break I am trying to figure out what we are going to do when we get back to school. So I am writing for suggestions. I want to use this opportunity to do projects that I typically wouldn't do because they didn't fall under ceramic. So any suggestions on 3-D projects that don't require a lot of water and easy access to materials would be very appreciated.
> Thanks and Blessings
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