Theodore Perry, of the Humanities Department, encouraged his students to free their imaginations for a more truly creative life. He helped expand the art courses from their traditional Art History and Art Appreciation to work in drawing, painting and clay modeling.
In this posed photograph that appeared on the cover of the Spring 1965 issue of the Westbrook Junior College Alumni News, is an unidentified student modeling a female head in clay.
Black and white photograph
Size of Original
8 1/16 inches x 10 inches
"Student Modeling Clay Head, Westbrook Junior College, 1965" (1965). University of New England, Westbrook College History Collection. http://dune.une.edu/wchc_photos_students1960s/35
Art History, Art Appreciation, Clay Modeling, Alumni News
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