SchoolArts Magazine

February 2017

SchoolArts is a national art education magazine committed to promoting excellence, advocacy, and professional support for educators in the visual arts since 1901.

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Pierced Porcelain ® Lesson Plan for Grades 5-12 Alliance for Young & Writers Artists Visit requests/bigbook Request a FREE catalog! 800•447•8192 BLICK ® After the slab has stiffened, form into a cylindrical shape and attach seams. Roll a 1/4" thick slab, brush with cornstarch, and add texture with stamps, mats, rollers, or found textures. Pierce the patterned slab using various hole cutters, dowel rods, or other tools. Press colored glass seed beads into some small holes if desired. FREE lesson plans and video workshops at For students of all ages! A modern take on ancient Chinese "rice grain" porcelain! Start with white clay rolled into a slab, then use tools to add patterns and textures. Piercing or puncturing the clay results in a beautiful, modern version of an ancient Chinese art form.

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