This week the Library and Learning Commons display cases are filled with creative depictions of life in the ancient Roman city of Pompeii. Come and view how Professor Carrie Murray’s Classics 3p31 students cleverly adapted the board game Monopoly to capture the essence of life in Roman times. Working with staff in the Library Makerspace, replicas of ancient objects, architecture and engineering marvels were 3D printed and used as game pieces. A very smart collaboration indeed!
Articles tagged with: Course Collaboration
February 28 – March 4, 2017
Thistle Hallway display case, Brock University Library
1812 Sir Isaac Brock Way, St. Catharines
Reflecting on the practice of Synthetic Theatre in the 1920s, students in STAC 2P94 (Embodied Text: Art Beyond the Artifact) translate physical movements into 3D prints and write accompanying mini scripts. The result is the still representation of a performance.