Sculptor Paris Alexander visited the Lucy Daniels School in Cary to work with students and teachers on a project based on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math). Students in kindergarten, first grade and second grade participated in an art project displaying water, land and air animals through clay tiles.
Sculptor Paris Alexander visited the Lucy Daniels School in Cary to work with students and teachers on a project based on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math). Students in kindergarten, first grade and second grade participated in an art project displaying water, land and air animals through clay tiles. COURTESY OF THE LUCY DANIELS CENTER
Sculptor Paris Alexander visited the Lucy Daniels School in Cary to work with students and teachers on a project based on STEAM (science, technology, engineering, art and math). Students in kindergarten, first grade and second grade participated in an art project displaying water, land and air animals through clay tiles. COURTESY OF THE LUCY DANIELS CENTER

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