Artist in Residency
ACHF Arts Access ACHF Arts Education
1. Upon completion of the workshop, participants will each have a piece proudly displayed in a shared space. Participants will browse intently showing appreciation and respect for the work of others. 2. Participants will be able to use English language to tell about their work, both the meaning behind the design and the construction methods. 3. 70% of the students who start the class are retained for the six sessions. 4. 70% of the work completed meets the posted standard of quality and is eligible to be exhibited. 5. 20% of the product from this class that is exhibited is sold, providing a source of income for participants. 6. 70% of the participants continue to use the sewing machines at Hands Across the World. 7. 50% of the posted vocabulary becomes a part of participants' active vocabulary. 8. Participants begin to teach new refugees who arrive at Hands Across the World.1. Registration and attendance records. 2. Photos showing both the vocabulary lists and standards of a quality product that the artist has posted during the course. 3. Records and photos of items exhibited and sold. 4. Observations made by staff of participants during and after exhibit. 5. Comments on increased participant fluency from language teachers at Hands Across the World. 6. The exhibit and opening reception draw a crowd equal to the average of other exhibits at the Paramount.
Students will: develop fine motor skills (use scissors precisely, pin fabrics accurately, thread sewing machines, maneuver fabric in machines, iron without causing harm), develop artistic skills (select pleasing combination of fabrics), work to a quality
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