Not an art teacher, but in high Happiness Is Being Married To Someone Dutch Shirt school, we were asked to create oil paintings as a finals project. While everyone was busy making landscapes and shit, I went and painted Hiei and waited for it to dry. After a couple of days, I went to get it but was gone. I asked my teacher but she didn’t know where it is. I found it in the Security office where I was told that another student tried to steal it. And every time I painted it and left it to dry, somebody would try and steal it. It was stolen by 10 times by 10 different students before they allowed me to take it home. Scholastic art and writing competition were always big.
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The thing to the art teachers in my Happiness Is Being Married To Someone Dutch Shirt school district and, each year, there would be a unit in both English and art class to create a piece each student could submit for consideration. It is only for ages 13 and up now but when I was in second or third grade (over twenty years ago) there was a regional version of it for younger kids. How it worked for that part of it was they would have a theme, basically a word, and you would have to create something around that theme. The year I’m talking about now, the theme was “sabbath”. Looking back, that makes sense. The regional portion of the competition was probably sponsored by the local college which is very religious,