I want my students to work on more "live" recordings, so we needed a suitable prop.
Mostly cardstock cut with a Cricut, with a string of red USB powered LEDs from 5 Below.
Currently using an old USB power bank to provide electricity, though I might just use an old wall charger instead, depending on classroom placement.
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Yesterday my Media Arts majors did a test printing of a t-shirt design. I was a little worried that cardstock would be too thick to use as a stencil, but fortunately fabric is flexible enough for this to not be an issue.
When we're done, each student will have their own unique design on the front and a common design on the back.
Somewhat holiday related, school door decoration contest, art education humor
My school is doing a door decoration contest today, so naturally those of us with visual art degrees are taking things to the next level.
Images: 3 pictures of doors, one which asks you to conceptualize an image, one which allows you to imagine whatever you want, and one that's a riff on "The Treachery Of Images" by Magritte.
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