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It is a fish mural for a dive shop - they featured a mural the kids here
did on a huge storage container (underwater scene) on the local cable
dive show. They wanted the kids to do it, but it was too far from
school, and no kids were interested, so they asked Me to do it
personally. I said I would do it for a $1,000 donation to my art
department, and then recruited the other art teacher.
Be creative, and look for opportunities everywhere. Sell cards, food, etc.
You Gotta do the best you can with what you have...............
On Wed, 1 May 1996 mamjam wrote:
> >From: "TIM REED" <TIM_REED_at_Allnet>
> >Date: Wed, 01 May 96 09:29:25 EST
> >Subject: Lesson Plans: - Cheap
> > To the group:
> > I'm working in a school district that allocates .50 cents
> > per child/per year for art supplies ! As the year nears the
> > end, coming up with cheap ideas is a challenge. Anyone
> > willing to share some good cheap plans or ideas ?? Thanks !
> > -- Tim
> I have an art teacher friend who recently faced deep budget cuts. She was
> afraid she wouldn't be able to afford adequate supplies. Her threatened
> response was to make charcoal by smoldering sticks in smokey fires outside
> the principal's office window and use the homemade charcoal to make
> drawings on paper bags. Those drawings would then be featured at the art
> show for the community to enjoy. I think a .50 per pupil budget requires
> some gorilla tactics. Good luck.
> Mark Alexander
> (VERY, VERY soon to graduate!!) art education student at
> Central Connecticut State University
> mamjam(Mark Alexander)