Twelve Stage IV students are currently part of a class working with guest artist John Jasso and his assistant Sean Cahill. They are creating large shadow boxes informed by the aviary boxes of 20th century artist Joseph Cornell. The boxes are assemblages representing family and identity and are created with a variety of found objects. Some have moveable and interactive components. A reception for the artists and their families will be held in May in The Tim Booth Art Studio in the Steward Bldg. John and Sean’s expertise and enthusiasm for this project have been very inspiring!