I will be traveling through Germany, Austria and the Czech Republic for
the next two weeks and would love to be able to see the art of children
in these countries....
and learn more about various art programs in the schools. If any
teachers/artists/art instructors feel open to a casual, friendly visit,
please let me hear from you.
I am leaving this monday and will first be in Prague... then to Munich,
Heidelberg, Bonnigham, Dusseldorf, Munster, Berlin and then Vienna.
This will be a two and a half week journey with a focus on German
Expressionism, Art Brut and Visionary Art. My plans are very general
at this point and am open to a bit of rerouting.
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TEACHERARTEXCHANGE Digest for Friday, May 23, 2008.
1. Fwd: End of Year Art Project to be used for open house display
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Subject: Fwd: End of Year Art Project to be used for open house display
From: Jeannie <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 23 May 2008 05:25:27 -0400
> Years ago my 4th graders were finishing these awesome paintings
> the last week of school. They were too wonderful to send home. I
> asked them if I could keep them over the summer and have them on
> display when school started. Nearly every child agreed to leave them
> with me. I think the hallways looked wonderful. Not bare bulletin
> boards. Not commercial posters or images. Real kid art!
> Now I often keep some work so that the halls look inviting and
> kid-friendly. Jeannie in PA, k - 5
> From: Juile Jacobusse <email@example.com>
> Date: May 22, 2008 5:25:42 PM EDT
> Subject: End of Year Art Project to be used for open house display
> Reply-To: "TeacherArtExchange Discussion Group"
> I have been brainstorming and thinking it would be fun to do a end
> year project to be displayed for my schools open house. Our open
> house is before school begins, so usually the display panels and
> are bare with no art when the parents come in. Any ideas?
> Julie Jacobusse
> K-5 Art Georgia