Recycled art for Burroughs and Chapin art museum contest

Check out the work that my students made using glue sticks and recycled goods for Burroughs and Chapin’s Art Museum the Art of Recycling contest. 

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I think the students really enjoyed this by being creative and putting work together that was just going to be thrown out. 

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And a big shout out to my students Skylar, Kaitlin and Rehanna for getting honorable mention on their sculpture “The Sprayer”

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