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There's more to the art of sculpture than meets the eye. A sculptor must account for labor, time management, material awareness and conservation, the responsibilities of a communal workspace and craftsmanship.
Those details are the principles that Associate Professor of Studio Art Anthony Cervino has been teaching to the 16 students in his Fundamentals of Sculpture class. Earlier this semester, the students put these principles to work as they designed and constructed cardboard sculptures that combined two objects into one.
The students works were exhibited in the Waidner-Spahr Library before the college closed campus due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Published April 9, 2020