Wednesday, July 7, 2010

Sculpting 125 Years of Ferris State University History

BIG RAPIDS – The founding mission to create opportunity and provide access to education for all began more than 125 years ago at Ferris State University and a recent sculpture dedication will ensure these values have a permanent place in the community.

The unveiling of the set of three sculptures, placed permanently west of campus on Perry Street, took place on May 7 as part of the University’s 125th celebrations.

“The sculptures are a visual narrative that offer a thought-provoking dialogue to the viewer of all ages about the nature and intellectual personality of a place and time,” Ferris Resident Artist and professor of Creative Arts Robert Barnum said.

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