January 22, 2010
Nature Inspired Student Artwork at Riverdale Gallery

Students from the Marble Hill School for International Studies have learned something about art and transience as particpants in a project organized by the Urban Park Rangers.

The kids created sculptures out of branches, leaves and flowers in Van Cortlandt Park. The work they created in the fall melted back into the woods not long after they finished, but the photographs that were taken of their sculptures were displayed on January 15th and 16th at the Elisa Tucci Contemporary Art Gallery on Mosholu Avenue.

Read the full story in The Riverdale Press below.

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