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Lesson Plans


Calendars of student art work?

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Sharon Barrett Kennedy (sharonbk)
Sun, 17 Oct 1999 08:33:28 -0400


I'm thinking about trying to put together a school calendar that features
student artwork.

Is it best to copy directly from the drawing (in pencil or ink) or is it
possible to print out a good enough image from the computer (such as from a
picture taken with a digital camera and enhanced with Photoshop)? This
doesn't really need to be of "professional" quality, but I'd still like it
to look nice, with relatively clear images.

Also, does anyone know the approximate printing cost per calendar? What
weight of paper works best for this--that's still economical?

We're such a small school that I don't anticipate being able to generate
tons of sales from these, but I'd like to do it to (internally) promote our
art program, give the kids some positive recognition, have something like
this available for sale in the community (which I think would be
supportive), and basically do something that no one has done before at the
school.

Thanks for your help! (AGAIN!!)

Sharon


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