In 2007, I worked with students at Schnee Learning Center in Cuyahoga Falls, OH. The project introduced the students to conceptual art and allowed them to participate in the thought and experimental processes involved in the planning and execution of works of art. Each student had the opportunity to work on a week-long project developed by the class as a whole. They created a maze that symbolized the challenges of life that utilized 72,735 feet of yarn. In addition, groups of 5-6 student artists completed two-hour conceptual artworks that represented a variety of concepts using 300 crocheted "cells" which I provided.
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