Carrie Strope at Riley Elementary: Reception for Glass Fused Installation

I am a glass artistOn January 25, Carrie Strope began her artist-in-residency session at Riley Elementary. During this residency, the second- and third-grade students learned about the process of glass fusing. The students worked together to create an abstract fused glass window installation. The installation is compilation of 4"x4" glass tiles that are designed and handcrafted by each student.

Please join us to celebrate the fused glass installation at the public reception on Thursday, February 23 at Riley Elementary School. During the reception, students will share their experiences from the residency with family, friends, and teachers.

Thank you to the Nebraska Arts Council and the AmeriCorps program for making this residency possible. This is the third year the Lincoln Arts Council has received funding for residency programming. These opportunities inspire young minds, ignite the learning process, and strengthen our arts community.

Date:
Thursday Feb 23, 2012 | 12:00 pm
Location: 5021 Orchard Street

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