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May 2014

   
           
     

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Article:

Recycling Renaissance, Recycled Robots: A 3-D Project for Middle-School Students (page 14)

Learn more about artist Clayton Bailey and his robot sculptures:

http://www.claytonbailey.com/robogroup.htm

http://youtu.be/73wWYcDb3XI

http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2011/10/06/
PKM81LBV7Q.DTL&ao=al

http://www.coolthings.com/clayton-baileys-life-size-robot-sculptures-
make-the-future-look-fun

 

Article:

A&A Art Print: "Pig,’" Leo Sewell
(page 19-22)

Links to resources related to this article:

Visit the artist’s website:
http://leosewell.net

Read an interview with Leo Sewell:
http://crafthaus.ning.com/profiles/blogs/leo-sewell-junk-sculptor

View a video of a Leo Sewell exhibit:
http://youtu.be/g561Au5ppE8

View “Trash Talkin’ with Leo Sewell”:
http://youtu.be/6de5CGzndRk

Take a virtual gallery walk at the Peabody Essex Museum’s exhibit,
"Trash Menagerie":
http://youtu.be/RNwWN7ESnEc

See examples of art made from upcycled cast-off materials:
http://www.noupe.com/inspiration/40-terrific-works-of-art-made-
from-common-trash.html

Read "Junkmeister," an article about Leo Sewell from the University
of Delaware’s "Messenger":
http://www.udel.edu/PR/Messenger/97/3/JUNK.html


Article:

On the Art Career Track, Fantastic Frisbees: Designs for
3-D Flying Objects
(page 24)

Watch a video of student frisbees being printed on the laser jet:
>>CLICK HERE

 

Article:

The Layers of Me: Using Digital Fabrication to
Produce Personal Pop-ups
(page 30)

Links to resources related to this article:

Download a PDF of Shaunna Smith's instruction sheet,
"Make a Layered Pop-up with Tabs"
>>CLICK HERE

Author References:

1. Abrahamson, R. F., and Stewart, R. (1982). "Movable books – A new golden age." Language Arts, 59(4), 242-247.

2. Berry, R.Q., Bull, G., Browning, C., Thomas, C.D., Starkweather, G. & Aylor, J. (2010). "Use of digital fabrication to incorporate engineering design principles in elementary mathematics education." Contemporary Issues in Technology and Teacher Education, 10(2), 167-172. AACE. Retrieved from: www.editlib.org/p/35289

3. Bull, G., Garofalo, J. (2009). "Personal fabrication systems: from bits to atoms, Learning & Leading with Technology, 36(7), 10-12.

4. Haanstra,F. (1996). "Effects of art education on visual-spatial ability and aesthetic perception: a quantitative review." Studies in Art, 37(4), 197-209.

5. Hendrix, S., (2008). "Popup workshop: Computationally enhanced paper engineering for children" (Doctoral dissertation, University of Colorado). Retrieved from: http://www.l3d.cs.colorado.edu/~hendrixs/dr_diss/diss.html

6. Huse, V. E., Bluemel, L., Taylor, R. H. (1994). "Making connections: From paper to pop-up books." Teaching Children Mathematics, 1(1), 14-17.

7. Olson, J. (1992). "Envisioning writing: Toward the integration of drawing and writing." Portsmouth, N.H. Heinemann.

8. Shannon, P. & Samuels, B. G. (1985). "Developing an understanding of literacy through production of pop-up books." Reading Horizons, 25(3), 213-221.

 

   
                         
           
                         
 
 
 

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