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Re: Re: designing a new art room

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schultz
Mon, 24 Mar 1997 20:40:46 -0800 (PST)

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I have designed two art rooms, one at the elementary level-
general usage using the DPI standards but as you know standards
don't always mean "in stone". I was happy with the art room but I would have liked another sink.
I then moved to the high school and I have just completed
designing a 2-D studio and a 3-D studio space. I am very
happy with the arrangements. Two offices, two storage spaces,
outside door- I have an art club and I plan on starting a
garden and other areas of interest for the art room. I even was able to get a
separate kiln room and display area. Now additional equipment is
the harder question. When budgets get cut I feel it the most.

I do have a question- I work with about 150 students in semesterized
courses, plus a part time teacher has about 100 students. What kind of
budgets do you have? Also what type of courses are offered?
I teach art foundations, drawing, ceramics, printmaking, advanced mixed media,
advanced drawing and painting, and advanced ceramics.


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