One of my favorite subjects in school was this sculpting class I took… While many of my classmates weren’t the most mature people at the time, I greatly loved sculpting as it was a chance to to escape… I observed that the sculpting room was constantly much hotter than the rest of the school’s classrooms. There was an a/c system running for the room, but it clearly wasn’t as cool as it could’ve been, and i wondered what in the world was going on, and then we all observed the kiln room! This room had a sizable ceramic basket that was used to fire and heat up all of our sculptures, scorching them into a permanent shape. Aside from the kiln being enormous, it was clearly the source of major heat! This thing was, after all, a sizable oil furnace intended to cook our creations into their form, during the summer time and fall season classes, the room was constantly really hot – otherwise, for the first half of the year, the kiln made for the best heat source, so the sculpting class was constantly in perfect attendance in January and and so forth! Even when I went on to college and pursued a teaching degree, I still loved the art classes as they were shared with the sculpting classes in the same room. All I had to do to remain warm volunteer my free time outside of class to work on my sculptures! It was a nifty thing all together.