Community Engagement Through Art represent community and connectivity

Monongalia and Preston

Community Engagement Through Arts displayed their sculpture Friday titled “Cytochrome C” discusses the interconnectedness between many living organisms.

The work of art is being displayed on the second floor of the West Virginia University Evansdale Library. Members of the team designing the piece were two chemist, two engineers, and two artists collaborating bring science and art together.

“It was really interesting having the different disciplines working together to make a thing. Because even though the sculptors could make it themselves, it was interesting to have the engineers and the chemist come in and use their skills as well to create this,” said Sarah Starcovic, Fairmont University Junior.

Community and connectivity was the chosen theme, all four kingdoms of biology are represented in the art work.

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