RLC Art: Library Steampunk Display

RLC Art: Library Steampunk Display


(Music plays, as a graphic appears, while students walk in the library) RLC Art: Library Steampunk Display A ceramic whale sculpture displays over a table. Students and employees congregate, about the art in the library. Graphic appears: Students were led by Art Instructors Melba Northum and Charles Coldewey. Alphabet art is displayed on the table. A bronze sculpture is displayed. A moldy, faucet sculpture is displayed. A male student takes a photo of a blue sculpture, and talks to a librarian. Ceramic, gadget-sculptures that resemble auto-parts appear. A tea-set display appears. A sculpture that resembles the face of a woman with hair like Medusa, appears, as a purple graphic reads: “Steampunk is a style of design and fashion that combines historical elements with anachronistic technological features inspired by science fiction.” Various sculptures are displayed. An Armadillo sculpture appears. Students congregate with a librarian. Sculptures of hearts are displayed. A sculpture of a ceramic pot appears. A ballerina figure is displayed on a table-piece, with a lever to pull, to insinuate that the ballerina will begin to dance. Robot head-busts appear, with books in between them. Turquoise sculptures appear. An Axe sculpture is displayed. A ceramic cactus appears in front of books. A wide shot of the library on camera, while a purple graphic reads: “The display is open through December 6 in the RLC Library.” Lightbulb sculptures appear. Sculptures of two pipes appear. A marble sculpture appears with a photo of a deceased, elderly woman, framed. A sculpture in the shape of a teapot, appears. A sculpture of a hand is holding a gold chain, attached to binoculars, in front of a teacup. A skull-like robot appears with gadgets all around it. Large, white dragon wings appear, with books in between them. Students and instructors appear standing in front of their art. The RLC graphic appears as the music fades out.

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