|Outdoor sculptures celebrating UND's 125th anniversary to be displayed|
In conjunction with the 125th anniversary of the University of North Dakota, the sculpture classes in the Art Department will create two outdoor sculptures that will be on display during Homecoming Week, Oct. 12-18. Both pieces will be temporary displays. Everyone is invited to view and enjoy these works as we celebrate the 125th birthday of UND.
One work will be located between Twamley Hall and the "Celebrated" wall near the Hughes Fine Arts Center. Just follow the footprints! The other will be installed on both sides of the sidewalk as you walk from the parking lot to the west entrance of the Hughes Fine Arts Center. This sculpture has lights, so be sure to see it during the day and in the evening.
Both works are being created as team projects by students in Introduction to Sculpture (Art 100) and students in Sculpture I, II, and Advanced Sculpture (ART 200, 201, 400) taught by Patrick Luber. Students will be working on campus the next two weeks installing both sculptures in preparation for
For further information, please contact Patrick Luber at 777-2230, or e-mail Patrick_Luber@und.nodak.edu.