On Wednesdays we wear pink... OK, actually that's not true. However, we do watch videos that feature the strange or peculiar methods artists have used to create art. We call it Weird Wednesday.
For today's Weird Wednesday, I started by asking the class, "What could you make if you only had a trash bag and a fan?" Then we watched a video about Joshua Allen Harris and his inflatable street art.
Afterwards, we decided to see how hard creating an inflatable creature could actually be. It's not as easy as it looks to get it to fly right. After several attempts, we finally got this guy to work. Check it out...
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