Rainey Room B
What began as empty, open floor space was transformed into a collaborative work as a connected track. The work emerged from Cedar, Jane, and Janie exploring the spaciousness of the area as they ran, one behind the other in a loop. The idea to, instead, construct a track for the animals was proposed and the three of them were quick to accept the idea and manifest it. The collective energy was channeled into the act of building, and soon others became curious and interested joined in, to participate and contribute to the shared project.
Exploring the Language of Sewing for Portfolio Drawers
Photography and the Camera
An interaction with Elena this morning led to a suggested idea to make and send messages to Rainey Room A. What kind of message? "We can build something for Rainey Room A," said Cedar. Janie replied, "But we can't take the blocks from our room." "We can take pictures of it," Cedar said in return. How will we get the pictures to them? "We could send them," Cedar answered. But wait... How do we get the photo(s) from the camera to send the picture to them? "Maybe we could cut them out. ... How could we cut the pictures out of the camera to get them? ... I know what we can do to cut them out. Use scissors," Sylvie said, offering a solution. Giacomo replied, "We can't cut them out. The pictures are on the camera."
Music from DC: Going Local with "Go Go"
Collecting Our Summer Memory Boxes (and Summer Journals)
Rainey Room A:
Violet concentrates on cutting the apples into tiny enough pieces for baking.
The delicious, finished product!