February 23, 2007

EuroDrawing - culture, record-breaking and art

  EuroDrawing in action 
  Originally uploaded by Edublogger.

15 countries have been involved in drawing a 150 metre picture in the EuroDrawing project, with kids from nations as far apart as Lithuania, Poland, France and beyond collaborating on the world's longest picture. A la Olympic Games, each time the painting got handed over to someone else to add on to the students met Face-to-Face, had an exchange if you like, and shared each other's cultures in person as well as through art.

It's one of these low-tech/no-tech type projects that makes you want to be part of it. I hope they get a website up eventually with a Quicktime VR or something similar so that we can get a flavour of it.


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