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Displaying student artwork

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Rosa Juliusdottir (rojul)
Sun, 23 May 1999 18:27:27 -0500

I have been reading about the different ways of displaying student artwork
and also when to have the end of the year show.
First let me say that since I started using what we here call "Teacherīs
gum" and is the plastic adhesive someone else mentioned(there are different
brand names though) I feel it is the easiest way to hang up student art
shows. Small balls in the four corners or a bit more if it is a large work
and it will stay up for a long time. If worried about getting oilstains
(does sometimes happen) I put paper tape first and that takes care of it.
As far as end of the year show we have it after our school is finished so
it is the end of the year show. We turn the entire school into a gallery.
Every student has works up. Usually they are displayed by theme or
category. The show stays open for three days from 14.00 to 18.00 and we get
a very large number of people come to see it every year. It is really the
great finale of the year.
Best regards from the far north, Rosa

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