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Cross- campus collaboration results in unique rotating sculpture exhibit at WVU Evansdale Library

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D4h is the creation of cross-discipline talents. The interactive piece is on display at the WVU Evansdale Library. 
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A team of artists, chemists and engineers from West Virginia University and three other universities used their talents across their disciplines to create an interactive rotating sculpture now on display at the WVU Evansdale Library. The piece is the result of the Community Engagement of Science through Art program.                   

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“CESTA gives its participants the unique opportunity to collaborate with others from very different viewpoints to create an original project. I don’t know of anything else like it.” —Todd Hamrick, assistant professor of engineering, Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

“It was a pleasure to work with these scientific artists and artistic scientists. I’m so glad we’re hosting their amazing sculpture, D4h, at Evansdale Library, and that they’ve made such an excellent website to go with it at cestasymmetry.wordpress.com.”—Creative Arts Librarian Beth Royall 

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Original story: Cross-campus collaboration results in unique rotating sculpture at WVU Evansdale Library

WVU Art in the Libraries initiative

WVU Libraries

Benjamin M. Statler College of Engineering and Mineral Resources

Eberly College of Arts and Sciences

College of Creative Arts

CESTA website

CESTA blog

Target Audiences
Artists

People who appreciate art

People who appreciate the science of art

Art educators

Science educators

Multi-disciplinary educators

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CONTACT: Sally Deskins, exhibits & programs coordinator for WVU Libraries
304.293.0369; sbdeskins@mail.wvu.edu