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Monthly Archives: March 2011
A lot of the students hadn’t understood the homework assignment, and had just filled out the questions and drawn something – and all of the drawings, while awesome, weren’t quite what I was looking for (building community conversations, having elders … Continue reading
The students didn’t have much time to paint last week, as they got rained out! As today was the last day of our mural afterschool class, we focused on getting all the sketches on the wall so that they could … Continue reading
1. We started with meditation again, with directions to the students to sit quietly, they could close their eyes, and listen to their breath and let thoughts flow. It went much better this time. 2. HW review: where/what was some … Continue reading
I missed the class where the students created their final composition, but they worked together to create a final sketch that incorporated all of their work. They created colored sketches of each section they would be working on. This class, … Continue reading
This mural is a commissioned mural by the UN Food and Agriculture Organization. They asked me to paint a mural on their insect farming house, which is an 18 m wall x 1.3 m tall on one side, and the … Continue reading
This project is funded by the US Embassy, who approached me and asked me to do a mural on their giant wall that faces a very busy street. I am running art workshops at a high school in Vientiane (Sisatannak … Continue reading