I spend most of my time in a ceramics studio. Unfortunately, no
matter how clean you keep things, it's just a very dusty place. The
only things that work for me are dust masks and Allegra D.
On 9/3/06, Gabrielle Bliss <Gabrielle.Bliss@mpls.k12.mn.us> wrote:
> HEllo all,
> Well, I have a new job and new school this year and I am allergic to my room. IT's a dusty clay room BUT the clay
> is not even out- I don't teach clay until January. So, it's whatever is lingering in the air- currently. I don't have
> the option of taking a leave or getting a different room but I HAVE to figure out what can be done. (It's not
> giving me a runny nose- it totally congests my lungs) Does anyone have any experience with ceramics studios
> and allergies? A thousand thank-yous Gabrielle in Minnesota
> ----- Original Message -----
> From: Patricia Knott <email@example.com>
> Date: Sunday, September 3, 2006 3:17 pm
> Subject: [teacherartexchange] Just for fun- Dust art
> > Labor Day always means labor to me. Last chance to do all I
> > didn't do and get ready for not having time to do it.
> > One of those chores is dusting and cleaning.
> > A friend just sent me this: Dust Art
> > http://www.statesman.com/news/content/news/photos/062706dustart/ > > index.html.
> > Now, if I can just figure how to be imaginative with cobwebs????
> > Happy Labor Day
> > Patty
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