Remotely (and resourcefully) reborn

Published 05.07.2020

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Scott F. Bennardi, Williamsport, a welding and fabrication engineering technology major from Williamsport, stands in the shadow of his imposing creation.Morgan R. Bloom, Montgomery, majoring in pre-physician assistant studies, includes dandelion-adorned braids.Corey J. Carr, of Pulaski, Va., enrolled in the building automation technology: heating, ventilation and air conditioning technology concentration, shares some banana-mouthed dissatisfaction with current events.Gavin E. Hain's robot comes complete with facial protection. Hain is a graphic design student from Myerstown.Whimsical work by Joshua T. Fox, a building automation technology major from Harrisburg, incorporates some tools of the trade.Students from Ceramics and Sculpture courses completed their semester at Penn College, remotely, with masks and robots.
David A. Stabley's Ceramics ll and Sculpture students built robots with found objects and junk items from around their homes; his Ceramics l students turned natural materials into masks; and Deborah L. Stabley's Ceramics l students made masks from found household items. "Since actual clay and wood sculpture work ended at Spring Break, we felt our students needed to get involved in a hands-on project, realizing supplies would be limited or non-existent," the Stableys said. "The outcomes were amazingly creative and resourceful."
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