Susan Clinard’s memorial of the Sandy Hook Tragedy was chronicled by the New Haven Register. See the article and more here.
An inspiration. The sort of renewal we need, week after week.
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No, no, no. We are not selling gum. It’s the bird.
The ostrich was built by Peter Clarke an long ago Museum student who pretty much has just about every Museum kid’s dream job sculpting and mechanizing creatures at the Stan Winston Studio.
Alice Roche was an apprentice and educator at the Museum.
Her work was recently profiled on the San Francisco Chronicle’s website.
A recent interview with Susan Clinard, the Museum’s resident Artist in lc (Lucky Compiler), an online anthology of arts journalism.
The Museum’s 12 ft skin-on frame kayak class was featured yesterday on the Kudzu Craft website. The class used Kudzu plans, artificial sinew and skin for these kayaks. One of the highlight’s of the summer.