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eARTh
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Description: Education bridged by art to happiness, or the love of learning. These students loved learning about the mechanics of the forms, the long process, the areas to let new ideas take over and everyone creating something unique.
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Patience
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Description: The hardest part for students is the repeated layers of paint needed for a sculptural form to be outdoors and look really good.
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Color in Celebration of Plants
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Description: The students worked hard at designing the color and patterns for the vessels. Many color choices were made as progress showed everyone new options. Excellant group of free flowing students.
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The Form before Fiberglassing
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Description: Fiberglass, gel coat, steel brackets for installation and primers are all completed outside the school. This vessel is 8' high. All faucets, fill and drain holes are fabricated on the container and hidden by the sculptural form. Each vessel is unique.
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Messy but Made by Kids
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Description: Really fun...and the floors havn't been cleaned and waxed yet. An artist's ideal environment!
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Creating the Water Vessels
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Description: The last week of school, 4th and 5th grade Pierce students worked on designing the vessels for water. Marina Lee worked on fabricating a container for the summer students to form the designs.
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4 Beds, 4 Plans
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Description: Pierce School is planning to extend the project to create a total of 11 container beds and 9 benches to seat an entire class outdoors. Veggies and flowers to feed people and animals.
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Planting the Containers
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Description: The Milwaukee county Cooperative Extension and the Southeast Wisconsin Master Gardener volunteers helped create planting plans and activities for the celebration planting day.
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Many Tiles, Many Hands
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Description: This program spanned 2 months. Students had oportunities to help create many tiles for the containers, benches and to take home.
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The Mold
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Description: The students helped create the clay prototype for the mold. Marina Lee put finishing touches on the clay work and created the latex and fiberglass molds for the 4 piece container. The molds are available for other schools to use in creating outdoor, asphalt urban gardens. The mosaic sides allow for individual and unique containers each time.
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ART Bridging Earth and Humanity
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Description: This first time project was organized through Arts@Large programming for Pierce Elementary School Summer Programs.
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Urban eARTh Site
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Description: Creating an educational garden on asphalt. The students made the tiles and helped plant the seeds and other started plants. The gardens are wheelchair accessible and require no installation other than linking the pieces together.
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