Tag Archive | #collaboration
“Life is full of sniffles, sobs and smiles. With sniffles predominating.” ― O. Henry, The Gift of the Magi But not on Christmas. Especially this Christmas. It is what you make of it, isn’t it? You do the things that fill you with Christmas spirit from listening to favorite holiday stories to preparing gifts for […]
“Let us be grateful to people who make us happy, they are the charming gardeners who make our souls blossom.” Marcel Proust I’m just back home from two days at the EdTechTeacher ETTSummit in Boston and want to write a few lines to keep the inspiration alive that I felt there. I go to a […]
So, you missed the art show even after this relentless campaign of advertising (in a former life I may have worked for Burma Shave?). The annual Miscoe Hill Art Show was held as part of the Miscoe Hill Elective Student Showcase (M.E.S.S.). It was a warmer and sunnier than usual April 11 (a perfect night for […]
As part of the Art Show at Miscoe Electives Student Showcase (M.E.S.S), sixth grade artist/game makers will have their handmade board games set up for play with the 3D printed game pieces they designed. Join us for Family Game Night at the Art Show at M.E.S.S.!
This is a post about that time we fit the whole world in the gym with the Global Village project undertaken at Miscoe Hill School in the spring of 2007. This is the twelfth in a series of Legacy Posts about projects that happened early on in my art classroom. Recently I was able to tap into some archived […]
This is the final post about the former murals at Miscoe Hill School. I’ve been putting off writing about this one because of the personal ties I have to it and the sense of loss I continue to feel when I walk by the spot where it was once installed. This is the tenth in a […]
This is the ninth in a series of Legacy Posts about projects that happened early on in my art classroom. Recently I was able to tap into some archived photos that I thought had long ago disappeared. I’ve decided to write some blog posts incorporating these photos to share the memories and/or inspire others to try these projects. […]