Monthly Archives: November 2010

Mural #2 – Debrief/Musing and Pictures

The artists were excellent – not afraid to draw, not afraid to paint, no pride or bossiness issues, lots of sharing.  This is uncommon for a group of adults, I hear. As far as the goals, I think people really … Continue reading

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Mural #2 – Process

1.  Prime (involved scrubbing off whitewash) and grid the wall with oil pastels using the string method outlined in Lessons Learned. 2.  Collect drawings through the mural activity. 3.  Trace/copy the drawings onto a master drawing that is gridded and … Continue reading

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Mural #2 – World Education staff meeting

Activity plan \   Materials list \ Lesson learned Activity plan: Goals: practice communication about your work, build communication skills with your co-workers, see how art and murals can be used for teaching and learning Time: 4 hours (2 hours each … Continue reading

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Mural #1 – Tapestry of Hope

Lesson Plan / Lessons Learned I helped coordinate the Tapestry of Hope through Legacies of War, an American advocacy organization working to lobby for resources for Laos (to cleanup the unexploded ordinance left over from the Secret War) to install … Continue reading

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