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Freehold Applied Art Project Goes on Display at TCNJ

   By FHS - Posted on 30 May 2014

Boro students in Applied Art I have worked together to create a totem pole made of ceramic. The totem pole is currently on display after being selected for the 2014 K-12 Student Art Exhibition at The College of New Jersey. The collaborative totem pole was constructed as individual pieces by each student who was inspired by traditional totem art and nature, but planned and conceptualized as a whole by the class. Although some students chose to construct designs with the same animals, they consulted with one another to ensure that there were differences in how each totem was represented. The individual work of each student was glazed with the same colors and technique to ensure a cohesive design. The result is a beautiful blend of contemporary and traditional.

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