Photos - Art Workshops in the Rotation Model

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Art Workshops inspire creativity! and are loaded with creative materials and projects.

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Making a breadboard for our Daily Bread, a "Construction" Carpentry Workshop.

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Recognize these Fiery furnaces?

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Good Samaritan Quilt project for a local women's ministry made in the Art Workshop.
2nd grade class at Park Ave UMC, Valdosta GA.

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 Goliath never looked so good.

Notice the chalkboard wall in the above art studio.

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Art Workshop "Hand Art" photos from Denise Hardy, First UMC, Monroe LA

 

 

Editor's note: This was used for a Rotation about Noah. Denise says...

They are called Hanimals. We used tempera paint for the hands. If the paint should get on their clothes, use Dawn dishwashing liquid to get it out. Don’t forget the hairdryer so speed up the drying process. 

 

Have Fun - We did!
Denise Hardy

 

 

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Rotation Model art projects strive to go a step beyond coloring pictures and gluing yarn on popsicle sticks. We look for projects to directly express the key idea in the lesson. We also look for projects that make it out of the backseat of the family car.

In this photo, the student has used clipart from one of the Rotation.org Writing Team's Isaiah in Advent lessons, and turned it into a "glo in the dark" painting that goes home to both decorate and remind students that Jesus is indeed who Isaiah predicted, ...the Light of the World.

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In another project at Epiphany Church, students sewed a Communion Table "Altar Cloth"...

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Rotation Model Art Workshop activities are varied and hands-on. They challenge student abilities, tap their creative gifts, and create memories related to the lesson. 

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Creation Hollow - art, cooking & science (& hopefully, construction!). We were fortunate to have a small kitchen already existing in this area, tucked back behind the counter area.

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