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Noblesville High School sculpture students win Indianapolis Museum of Art Competition

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Noblesville High School sculpture students’ piece will be part of the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s miniature golf course through 2017. (Submitted image)

Noblesville High School sculpture students’
piece will be part of the Indianapolis Museum of Art’s miniature golf course through 2017. (Submitted image)

Sculpture students at Noblesville High School have been successful in their efforts to design something unique.

NHS’s Sculpture II class has been named as one of 18 in the state to win an Indianapolis Museum of Art competition to design a miniature golf course hole for the course at the museum, competing against other local and regional architects and designers.

The theme of the course is “Natural World,” and applicants were encouraged to emphasize flora, fauna and landscape in their submissions. NHS’s submission, “Stumped,” will be in display throughout 2017.

The Sculpture II class is made of 10 students who all contributed to the winning design. The class is led by NHS art teacher Craig Helming.


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