How do you display student art?
Started on Sep 03, 2012 by jfrisco
Last post on Jun 01, 2013
I always wonder about the BEST way to display student art. Details please. Adhesive, matting, art show, process etc...
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rachinator 02/28/2013 at 06:19pm
I completely disagree with laminating art. I matt the work and display them in glass cases. Previously I had cork board strip that I pinned the work to, but now I have two glass cases; one has two easels and a skeleton usually announcing the project title or artists names. The other case isn't as deep and is wall mounted. I hang about 10 pieces in there at a time. Students get a sticker instead of their work back to let them know that they "made it to the case".
I use matt board, and a posterboard or thin cardboard for the backing. The backing is attached with high quality masking tape.
Hope200 05/19/2013 at 09:56am
Since I don't have a budget, I have to display student art with what I have. That means simply, stapling to large sheets of butcher paper and then hanging up. It gets the job done!
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