Re: [art_education] ceramic windchimes
My students are currently finishing a lesson on Pop
Art. I chose shoes as the subject matter for the
production part of this lesson. The majority of the
students are using slab construction. I asked that
they make the shoes as realistic as possible (form,
textures, shapes, etc.). I suggested they choose a
style of shoe to match their peronalities. It is the
first time I've taught this lesson, and it has been
very successful. The students production is the best I
have seen all year! The other art teacher in our
department had the students create items of food like
Oldenberg. They will be having a "food party" at the
end of the unit. The art production in these classes
is also amazing!
Hope this helps, DeAnn
--- Barb Bussell <barbussell@...> wrote:
> At one time last year I was in desperate need of__________________________________________________
> some ceramics projects for highschool kids. Someone
> in this group wrote me back with a tried and true
> way that they taught a lesson on windchimes. I know
> I could wing this since windchimes are not difficult
> to figure out. But this member had a specific way
> that she planned the canopy that the chimes were
> attached to and then attached them in a certain way.
> It would be helpful to have a thought-out set of
> directions for my students. If this was you, could
> you send me information again? And if it wasn't
> you, I could use some successful ideas for clay
> projects and clay sculpture projects. (We just
> finished a unit on Louise Nevelson with a project
> inspired by her, and then a unit on found-object
> sculpture based on many artists). Thanks alot, and
> any info on clay organization and cleanup monitors,
> etc. would be really appreciated.
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