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Last Chance: ‘Industrial Debitage’ Refuse Reimagined

Last Chance: ‘Industrial Debitage’ Refuse Reimagined

Elijah Keefer-McGee, Features Editor
September 28, 2020

As the campus moves into a more secluded approach to quarantine, students may find themselves looking for a way to pass the time and follow social distancing protocols. One of the options for  art-minded students is the exhibit currently in the Betsy Dennis Forster Art Studio Complex. The exhibit was built by Professor Mike Monroe, the teacher for sculpture and ceramics. Monroe built the pieces during his sabbatical and channels what he has named “Industrial Debitage: Artefacts of the Anthropocene.” “Debitage usually refers to the leftover flint scrapings that are found where prehistoric...

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