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New art room for ceramics and Mark Alexander

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arregui (
Fri, 2 May 1997 18:43:35 -0400 (EDT)

Hello all.

I=B4ve just received wonderful news that the PTA at school is donating a=
and some sturdy wooden table for ceramics. I usually do ceramics in the
regular art room, but now I=B4ve been given an empty room in which I=B4ll be
able to organize the ceramics workshop. I do have little experience with
firing clay, I know I=B4ll have to build an small outdoor room for the kiln.
Do you have any more suggestions about that? What are the best ways to store
clay? (I use trash cans and plastic bags). What about storage of student=B4s
works? I=B4ll appreciate any tips at all.=20

Massiel Arregui=20

P.S. Thankyou Mark for your insight on paint smocks, I was just asked to
talk to parents on that issue. I too, have always asked students to "dress
for a mess",(at least that=B4s what I do), even though I try and teach them=
work without too much of a mess.
Dr. Alberto Arregui, Apartado 27-0014, Lima 27, PERU.
Phone (511)463-8743, Fax (511) 463-5284, e-mail: