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Re: Tile Murals & California

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Steven Fabing (allfab)
Sun, 28 Mar 1999 07:49:15 -0800


Regarding must see in San Francisco - many. Museum of Modern Art, the murals in
the Mission, the Mexican Museum in the Mission, Golden Gate Park, perhaps the
Children's Museum in San Jose...could go on for hours.
Have fun.
Chris

AllyZZZ wrote:

> Hello Everyone :)
>
> Thanks again to all of you who responded to my last message. It's great to
> have this group as a resource! Some new questions...
> 1) Does anyone have advice about how to go about creating a tile mural? I
> have permission to jazz up an ugly brick wall that people see as they enter
> the front doors of our elementary school. My principal suggested I do this
> with our multi-age (k-2) kids (eleven classes!). What I really want to know
> is am I getting myself into something big that I'll regret trying to finish
> before the end of the school year? The wall is made of uneven jagged bricks
> (?) like you see on the outside of some houses. I'm also not sure what would
> be the best way to deal with tiling an uneven surface like this/a theme for
> the mural/ etc...
> 2) Also, I'm going to be visiting SanFransisco...L.A. and places in between
> over spring break next week. Any "must-sees" that an art teacher should know
> about?
> Sorry this ended up so long! Suzanne