Minerva Central School students (from left) Katrina Dubay (grade 11) and Aleyhan Gardinier (grade 11) have depicted a literary classic onto one of the University at Albany Libraries' original 1960s oak chairs.
Sharon Stone's insight:
I scooped the story from Albany and then found this on the News Enterprise site.
The University Libraries partnered with area high school art programs during the Spring Semester, 2012 to combine aspiring artists, with oak library chairs (yes, you remember sitting in them during your years here at Albany!) and classic literature. What resulted is a beautiful and creative selection of chairs that represent many of the classics we have all studied and enjoyed.
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