Last week, the scarves that students and faculty knit, crocheted and sewed were placed on the Mitten Fence in Peoples’ Park. This fence is located near the Tri-Main Building north of campus and offers a place for people to take winter accessories as needed or donate what they can. We were thrilled to see our donations there and hope to inspire future donations.
Makerspace is a place where students can create physical or digital items in common work spaces, using shared resources and equipment. Makerspaces are meant to be a mechanism for encouraging students to explore and learn outside the classroom.
The Art History program hosted the events where the scarves were made and are grateful for the generous support of Taheri and Todoro PC.
Submitted by: Yvonne K. Widenor, visiting assistant professor and program director, Art History Program, Fine Arts Department