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TU art students make interactive panels for Hands and Hearts for Horses

Thomas University students in Professor Richard Curtis’ Sculpture Studio Class presented two of their class projects to Hands and Hearts for Horses on Wednesday, Oct. 31. The interactive panels will be used on the organization’s sensory riding trail. Participating in the projects are (from left) Hank Y, Johnell Ginnie, Marcus Luis, Laura Mican, Melissa Gurley, Lauren West, Yovanny Peguero and Sidnee Turnage. Not pictured is Kimberly Alderman.

 

 

Thomas University students in Professor Richard Curtis’ Sculpture Studio Class their second interactive panel to Hands and Hearts for Horses on Wednesday, Oct. 31. Joining the students is Susie Shin, acting director of Hands and Hearts for Horses, in the blue circle.

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