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Michelle H. Harrell
North Garner Middle School
Garner, North Carolina
( ) "Art is the form of the picture that has come
! ^ ^ ! into being through the nerves, heart,
^! * * ! ^ brain, and eye of man."
! \ ^ / ! -Edvard Munch
( ( 0 ) ) 1907
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>From: "Sharon Hause" <smhause>
>To: AbeleSmith, colmans1, artsednet.edu
>Subject: Re: Recycling clay
>Date: Wed, 05 May 1999 19:09:34 PDT
>All clay goes into large plastic buckets from the kitchen. I continually add water to reconstitute. Art Survey students, who are new to our dept.(we have too many to make a mess) and wheel work can take clay from the new boxes. All advanced students, Art II 3-D, Ceramics III and IV must reconstitute clay. Whenever we make plaster, we pour a new bat. This way the students can spoon the wet clay onto a plaster bat and work it out until manageable for handbuilts. They really don't like it, but we find that they don't waste any or leave their clay out since it does take work to prepare it for their projects.
>>To: colmans1, artsednet.edu
>>Subject: Re: Recycling clay
>>Date: Tue, 4 May 1999 23:26:47 EDT
>>I just dump the old clay.
>>I saved and saved and saved for years and years and years.
>>I tried to knead it all myself and didn't have the time.
>>I tried to train parent volunteers, and after an hour of kneading, they never
>>Clay is cheap, so I just buy more. I order what I'll need at the beginning
>>of each year and plan for those scraps to be tossed out.
>>I save way too much stuff, anyway, and felt kinda proud to be able to toss
>>Terry in Garland, TX
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