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FSU Art Faculty Linda Hall and her Students Create “Dire Wolf” at Ocklocknee State Park Primitive Festival

Published February 20, 2013
FSU Art Faculty Linda Hall and her Students Create “Dire Wolf” at Ocklocknee State Park Primitive Festival
Linda Hall’s multimedia Advanced Workshop has created a paper mache Dire Wolf for the Primitive Festival at Ocklocknee State Park. The sculpture of a large wolf represents the wildlife that inhabited this part of the world 10,000 years ago. It will serve as a target for primitive archery for local elementary students. The festival takes place February 22nd, 23rd and 24th. McClay State park donated the space for the student to create the form.
 
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