Classes, Labs, Seminars

Classes, Labs, Seminars

Classes, Labs, Seminars
Lab School (Old) 12
IV: Student Activities
Art class unloading a kiln, circa 1904. Art classes served as an effective bridge between various disciplines. While drawing from a live model dressed as a Viking, students learned lessons about the history of costumes and the science of weapons. Ceramics provided a demonstration of delicate scientific principle; the sense of discovery was never more profound that when students unloaded the kiln.
University of Chicago. Laboratory Schools | School children | Kilns | Pottery (Visual works)
ca. 1904
Photographic prints; 17.9 x 23.0 cm
University of Chicago, Chicago, Illinois
Archival Photographic Files
University of Chicago Library, Special Collections Research Center

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