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JRMS students see the light

  • Harisville-based artist Hans Schepker was an artist in residence at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School this past week. Working with students over several days, Schepker guided the students through the creation of a lamp made of several stained glass panels, which will be on display in the school next year. Courtesy photo—

  • Harisville-based artist Hans Schepker was an artist in residence at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School this past week. Working with students over several days, Schepker guided the students through the creation of a lamp made of several stained glass panels, which will be on display in the school next year. Courtesy photo—

  • Harisville-based artist Hans Schepker was an artist in residence at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School this past week. Working with students over several days, Schepker guided the students through the creation of a lamp made of several stained glass panels, which will be on display in the school next year. Courtesy photo—

  • Harisville-based artist Hans Schepker was an artist in residence at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School this past week. Working with students over several days, Schepker guided the students through the creation of a lamp made of several stained glass panels, which will be on display in the school next year. Courtesy photo—


Monday, May 28, 2018 4:29PM

Harisville-based artist Hans Schepker was an artist in residence at Jaffrey-Rindge Middle School this past week.

Working with students over several days, Schepker guided the students through the creation of a lamp made of several stained glass panels, which will be on display in the school next year.

Students also created paper models of a dodecahedron and a Menger sponge, a fractal model.