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By Roger Dey
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Visual Thinking with BPSW Education Program

 

Last updated 9/21/2022 at 12:42pm

Roger Dey

Allyssa Roggow with the Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild education program talks to Lincoln first graders Sept. 15 about their observations at "the Witch House," the name most of the kids gave Patrick Dougherty's "Tree Circus" due to the spires that resemble witches' hats to them. The kids noticed the amount of work that went into weaving the willows together and that the openings created places for animals to live.

"This is my first time doing this," Said Allyssa Roggow, who was leading Lincoln grade-schoolers to various sculptures as part of the Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild education program . "I'm a musician based in Great Falls, but I've done some things with visual thinking strategies, which is a way of engaging with art that was developed at the Museum of Modern Art in New York City."

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