|Technology Art Sculptures|
US TCA sculpture students turned junk into interactive art! The TCA Technology Department commissioned the students to create sculptures to hang at the entrance of their offices. Julie Abell, TCA Director of Technology, shared, “We wanted a piece that involved TCA students and clearly stated that TCA invests in aligning technology with curriculum.”
Art teachers Anita Horton
and Adria Warner
set their creative minds to work. They taught the students about the master artist Louis Nevelson
and watched a film on her. Nevelson found discarded, mostly wooden pieces and scraps on the streets of NYC in the 1960s. She made incredible sculptures out of the discards. Then during the trimester, Stanley Wang
, TCA System Administrator, presented a lecture on technology as a career. The students were provided with boxes of discarded computer parts to create their own sculptures.
Come experience the creativity and interact with a Sculpture Scavenger Hunt. The masterpieces can be viewed in the lobby of the LS Library Complex.
"Therefore, if anyone is in Christ, the new creation has come: The old has gone, the new is here!"
2 Corinthians 5:17
|Preston Harrington signs with University of North Carolina-Wilmington|
Senior Preston Harrington signed his national letter of intent to play golf at the University of North Carolina-Wilmington (UNCW) on Tuesday, May 7. UNCW is a NCAA Division I university in the Colonial Athletic Conference. Preston is a member of the TAPPS 5A Boys Golf State Championship Team, and he finished sixth individually at the state tournament. Congratulations, Preston!