Janice Corkin Rudolf Visits a Ceramics Class

Alumna Janice Corkin Rudolf '66 recently visited an Upper School Ceramics class as a guest artist. She demonstrated her clay process and explained how her creations are transformed into bronze sculptures. She also spoke about some of her most notable work, including several prominent sculptures on the Brimmer campus and "Kiki and Kimani," the 6ft. tall gorilla sculpture at the Franklin Park Zoo.
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