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"It's a sad thing to be ...
www.newsandsentinel.com, 2 Aug 2007 [cached]
"It's a sad thing to be taking the mural down today," said Carol Garoza, art teacher at Harmar Elementary."I can't imagine how it will be driving to work everyday and not seeing it.It has always brought a smile to my face."
Placed on the four outside walls of a pumphouse on the river bank, the bright, 30-panel mural was painted by students over a 29-month span from December 1993 to April 1996.
Painted on the panels were the children's interpretations of stories and events of Marietta's history, Garoza
Even after restoration, the mural will need a new location, Garoza
The goal of the event is ...
www.mariettatimes.com, 27 Mar 2009 [cached]
The goal of the event is to have all those types of art, and more, on display, said Carol Garoza, art teacher at Harmar and Washington elementaries.
"This is to give our kids a platform and to show what arts can do, spanning all the grades," she
And for the 19th year, Harmar ...
www.mariettatimes.com, 17 Nov 2010 [cached]
And for the 19th year, Harmar Elementary art teacher Carol Garoza said she's seen something new being created with vanilla wafers, gum and squares of chocolate.
"They're always different every single time," she
The students' ability to work with others plays a part in how they're selected to be part of the annual gingerbread project, said Garoza
The students are chosen by a school committee based on past strength in teamwork.
"Being good in art isn't enough to get you in here," she
Once selected, the students learn about the history of gingerbread houses and about having a career as a chef before starting the blueprint for their house.
"It's a whole learning experience for them," said Garoza
It was all part of the ...
www.mariettatimes.com, 23 Nov 2008 [cached]
It was all part of the 17th annual Harmar Gingerbread House Project, developed by longtime art teacher Carol Garoza in cooperation with the Lafayette Hotel, the school's Partner in Education.
"The hotel sends four or five chefs over to help the teams of students with the project and provides candies, materials and expertise for each house," Garoza
"We've had so many wonderful gingerbread houses over the years.
The kids decide on a theme and make a food list," she
"We try to work on the houses several times a week through November."
So many fifth-grade students wanted to be part of the project this year that names had to be drawn from a hat.
"To be part of the team, students must be talented, that's great, but most important, they must be team players," Garoza
"Today is fun time," Garoza
The Marietta Times: Designs of the season: For dedicated decorators the secret’s in the coloring
www.mariettatimes.com, 8 April 2006 [cached]
Carol Garoza, art teacher at Harmar and Washington elementary schools, suggests an old idea of boiling eggs with a cloth ball of onion skins and dry rice, wrapped in material and cooked with the white eggs.
"It gives a beautiful mottled effect," she