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ADVISORY: Student art making campus site colorful during construction




Celebration of the student-created murals that are being displayed on the fencing surrounding the construction site of Camden County College's high-tech science building.





9:30 a.m., Wednesday, May 11, 2011.





Science building construction site, between library and athletic fields, Blackwood Campus, College Drive and Peter Cheeseman Road, Gloucester Township.





Students working under the supervision of Professor Kay A. Klotzbach have created mural-size artwork depicting science- and technology-related themes. These oversized pieces are livening up the fence that surrounds the future location of CCC's $30 million science building.


Ground was broken for the three-story, 107,000-square-foot building late last year, and the fencing was added shortly thereafter. The artwork is a new addition to the site and will remain in place until the building is completed in 2012.


When completed in 2012, the science building will allow CCC to educate more students, increase the number of courses offered, expand curricula in numerous academic areas and serve more members of the community.





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Published: May 10, 2011