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John M. Barrick wrote:
> Hi,I immediatly thought of Red Grooms a fabulous New York
> Artist. While I was living there years ago he had a wonderful
> installation in the city called"Ruckus Manhattan". If you can look at
> the book. In short he made several environments you could walk through.
> The themes varied, one was a subway,another was Stock exchange and of
> course he did the Statue of liberty. He makes scaled down sculptures
> which you can walk through. I've worked for years with preschool through
> 8th and especially younger kids have a great learning experience as
> well as having fun making large pieces which they can feel,touch and
> work as a group doing. Perhaps dividing the kids into groups of 4 or 5
> and making giant paper mache sculptures of skyscrapers,people,Taxi's
> The Statue of Liberty. I don't know what your time frame is but it would
> be a great cooperative project.
> Have fun,