Hard Work and Hot Glue

Student works on oversized cardboard sculpture in library.

Photo by Carl Socolow '77.

Watch video of the larger-than-life results of students thinking outside the box

Sixteen students in a variety of majors and with little to no art expertise came together in Fundamentals of Sculpture and Three-Dimensional Design, a course taught by Anthony Cervino, associate professor of studio art, that truly encapsulates the meaning of “interdisciplinary.” The students had to think creatively when transforming small objects into oversized sculptures using nothing but cardboard and hot glue.

Video by Joe O'Neill

This brief video shows these distinctive pieces being installed in the Waidner-Spahr Library, where they will be on public display through mid-March. 

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Art & Art History Program

The Arts at Dickinson

Published Feb. 25, 2014