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    Associate Editor, BU Today; Managing Editor Bostonia

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There are 2 comments on CFA Sculpture Class: Wearable Cardboard Sculptures

  1. I shared this story today with a 24 year old friend who is a nurse working in a hospital setting. She told her Mom that she wishes she had been able to take a class like this one when she was in college.

    As for myself, witnessing the students excitement and commitment to create something beyond perhaps their “normal” or “usual” boundaries has so much value in itself. Certainly an example all of us can strive for regardless of whether or not we attain our vision or our goal.

    As someone who has made costumes for the Huntington Theater Company, may I suggest that a future production build a set or costume the actors using cardboard.

  2. Nice use of timely themes and practical application of learning to repurpose. Encouraging students to reach outside of the norm is an integral part of learning. Wonderful explanation of process and purpose by Jeffrey.

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