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I've had good success with a glitter box at our centers. I use two plastic
boxes. They put the thing to be "glittered" into one box and pour the
glitter from the other box on top. The boxes switch jobs. The biggest mess
I've had is from kids trying to pour the glitter back into the original
Kimberly Herbert (kimberly)
San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts/Children's Art Museum
From: Betty Bowen [bbowen.ok.us]
Sent: Tuesday, May 23, 2000 12:09 PM
To: ArtsEdNet Talk
Subject: art prints & much advice requested
I spent yesterday in my new art room (new job, my first, Middle School)
going through supplies, seeing what's there. Pretty interesting. A whole
case of unopened Crayola Wet Set clay with a use by date of Mar 2000, 45 lbs
of unopened air dry clay, many unopened boxes of the following: Sanford
pastels(I mean like 24 boxes), Yakura watercolors, black chalk, quarts of
acrylic, stacks of unmounted lino, a whole box of like 50 satefy-cut blocks
from SAX, bamboo brushes(!!!), and a stack of SAX plaster of paris up to my
waist (probably 3 years old - is it still any good?). Sure there is a lot of
stuff to re-stock, but most of youall could do a year or two on what's there
BUT- to my amazement, tho there are two huge bulletin boards, there is not
one art print. Nothing. Not even Mona Lisa. And zero on the multicultural
stuff. They use the "Art Talk" books, and the teacher's kit has a file for
prints, but it's empty too. So, while I think I got a decent variety of
print sets (and maps & the "design-a-timeline")chosen from various catalogs
(including Crystal) last night, are there any that you would want me to be
sure and not miss?
Any tips on finding prints of really contemporary stuff? Like Whiteread &
Goldsworthy, Basquiat, Scully and contemporary crafts?
And what about the art game "Token Response". I'm thinking of ordering it.
Any other great art games for a school that really hasn't had a program in
Oh! Oh! - and the "previous" (they brought the retired guy back at the last
minute to teach this year because she quit the week before school without
having ordered any supplies) art teacher had bought several large jars of
glitter. Like all the rest of her supplies, they were never opened. Any
suggestions for non - all-over-the-room uses for LOTS of glitter?
Betty -beginning the New Adventure
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