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Decorating Objects...and Re-Decorating
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Students will discuss the form and function of Chinese porcelain with gilt-bronze ... More

Students will discuss the form and function of Chinese porcelain with gilt-bronze mounts that were added by French artists. They will decorate cups or bowls with thematic designs then "sell" these works to partners role-playing as French tourists. Partners will add decorations to the original designs. Each student will also write an account of his or her object's journey. Less

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J. Paul Getty Museum
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Kunstpedia strives to provide an open platform for like-minded people and organisations ... More

Kunstpedia strives to provide an open platform for like-minded people and organisations to distribute and share their specific knowledge, as well as allow others to benefit from it, for the greater purpose of stimulating interest in learning more about fine and applied arts. Less

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Looking at French Decorative Arts: The Quest for Porcelain
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Research activities investigate social-science connections such as trade, societal impact, and style ... More

Research activities investigate social-science connections such as trade, societal impact, and style on the production and consumption of porcelain in the period leading up to the French Revolution. Extensions relate to chemistry connections. Less

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Molecular Structure of Halloysite
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Halloysite was first discovered in 1826 by Berthier in Angleur, Belgium. Halloysite ... More

Halloysite was first discovered in 1826 by Berthier in Angleur, Belgium. Halloysite clays are mined in Northland, New Zealand. There are two sites in Northland where halloysite is found: Matauri Bay and Mahimahi. Halloysite is used to make clay that can be used in many different things. Clay is exported to 24 countries for the manufacturing of tableware such as porcelain, bone china and fine china. It can also be used for hi-tech ceramic applications. Finally, halloysite clays can be employed extensively as suspension agents in glaze preparations. Less

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Indiana University Molecular Structure Center
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Reciprocal Net: A Distributed Crystallography Network for Researchers, Students, and the General Public
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New Forms from Old
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Students will examine porcelain objects and see how their original use has ... More

Students will examine porcelain objects and see how their original use has been changed to create a new decorative object or an object with a new function. They will then take everyday utilitarian objects and re-create them into new objects that can be functional or entirely decorative. Less

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J. Paul Getty Museum
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.)310.1( tcejbus ngised enotspac eht dna )150.1 ,140.1 ,130.1( stcejbus ngised aera ... More

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