Pieces from college art class garner public attention

Sculptures of a hunter and several horned animals, created
by students in a Hastings College sculpture class, are
pictures on the campus just north of Seventh Street Friday.

In jungle-like fashion, a giraffe, a reindeer, an elk, a longhorn bull and a series of other horned creatures have been poised in the prairie grass area south of the Morrison-Reeves Science Building at Hastings College.

The display of sculptures, visible near the intersection of Ash Avenue and Seventh Street, has stirred an unusual amount of attention this semester for the class that created them.

Hastings College art professor Tom Kreager teaches the general sculpture class and the curriculum always includes metal work and the creation of large, metal statues depicting animals or abstract forms.

To read more, see Thursday's Hastings Tribune or the Tribune e-edition.>>>

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