So here's what I've decided so far:
I'm going to teach a Friday After Dark workshop on Sheetrock Carving - relief carving and intaglio.
I've done this successfully with my 6th graders for several years. The only photos I can locate are of the cartouche carvings, but in other years we did African-inspired mask designs, layered landscapes, and more.
'Oh What a Relief! Fabulous Tooling Foil!' This is another material where I've been particularly proud of the work my students completed, and a couple of Facebook responders expressed interest in this. Again, we've used various design themes over the years to keep me from getting bored!
But, as crazy as I am, I want to teach one more, during the day on Friday. After all, since I'm retired, I feel like it's time to 'give back'. But this one won't be hands-on, since I already have the other two. Several of you out-of-staters suggested perhaps papier-mache, but I taught two papier-mache workshops last year (one how-to, and the other hands-on), and thought maybe it deserved a break.
So I've come up with a title idea, but am not sure where I am going with it.
Here's the working title: 'Say Yes to the Mess'. What do you think?