About the Bammy Awards:
The Bammy Awards is a cross-discipline award that identifies and acknowledges the good work being done all across the education village. The Bammy Awards were created in response to the tremendous national pressure on educators and education leaders to improve student outcomes, the impact of high-stakes accountability and the intense scrutiny that today’s educators face.
The Awards aim to foster cross-discipline recognition of the collective contributions being made to educate children, encourage collaboration in and across the various domains, elevate education and education successes in the public eye, and raise the profile and voices of the many undervalued and unrecognized people who are making a difference in the field.
If you have a few minutes I would really appreciate your vote.
Here are the finished wire portraits from the 3D Art class. You can read more about their critique here and their progress here. I hung them with their original acetate drawings in a corridor of windows at Evening of the Arts. I used Zots to stick the clear sheets to the windows and some ceiling hooks to hang the portraits. These hooks work great with drop ceilings and are approved by the fire inspector and our maintenance crew! This display allowed the wire sculptures to move freely in the windows and hang in front of the drawings.
These photos show the process of glazing the ceramic shoes. Students are often confused by the color of the glaze. Most classroom glazes and underglazes appear much lighter, almost pastel, compared to the colors they turn after being glaze fired.