Salvador Dalí is one of the most recognized artists of recent times. His "Persistence of Memory," among other works, captured the imagination of art lovers around the world and in our classroom! The students learned that not only was he a painter, but he worked with many other media as well, and LOVED to be silly and off-the-wall. The many mustaches of Dalí were a big hit with the students, too. We decided to make our own dream collage sculptures, using giant cardboard boxes cut up and painting different portions of dreams on each "tile." It was a challenge for many reasons, and eventually we had to just say--what's done is done. It was a learning experience for everyone, and one that stretched our creativity and patience. Many students didn't quite get to finish in the way that they would have liked to, so there are not many samples below. But the project was still enjoyed. Thanks for your inspiration, Dalí!