Artist and Professor Lancelot Coar, of the University of Manitoba in Canada, will visit RIT to create a piece of temporary architecture made of ice. The Ice Hut Project will involve Professor Amos Scully’s Form II students, who will be working in teams with with Professor Roberley Bell’s 3D Design students, to propose their own structure and help build the one on RIT’s campus. Construction is set to begin on February 1st and will be up for one week. The dates align with Freezefest run by RIT’s Student Life, who is also partially funding the project.
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