We’re already inspired by this building, thinking about great projects that are in the furture.
The intertwining of art and science will simultaneously enrich how our students learn about anatomy and the principles of sculpting. Using clay and other materials, students will imagine and construct unique, human-like creatures. As they build their models, they’ll learn to speak the language of anatomy, identify the various regions of the body, and demonstrate how muscles, bones, and organs interconnect. And because clay modeling is an additive process, their enhanced understanding of anatomy will empower them to improve their creature’s “scientific” accuracy through the addition of fillers and textures. Young sculptors will emerge with a deep understanding of how bodies work through this doubly memorable learning experience!Autum Brannon & Justin McInnes
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