Be part of a national project to make 1000 clay horses!

Please join our national call for schools, faculty, and students to replicate clay horses in the style of Mycenaean (early Greek) votive offerings. The resulting exhibit in Washington, DC will be a spectacular national event to launch the Making/History:
The Trojan Horse Project. 

The Trojan Horse Project started in the spring of 2016, when students and faculty at Massachusetts College of Art and Design began researching the history, making drawings and models through museum visits, classwork, workshops, travel programs and more. 

 

We invite ceramicists, sculptors, and educators to participate and organize
your students to help us create 1000 clay horse replicas for—

MassArt students, working with instructor Chuck Stigliano, build clay models from images of Greek bronze age horses

MassArt students, working with instructor Chuck Stigliano, build clay models from images of Greek bronze age horses

How to Participate /

Instructions to be announced soon. 

Students from Apponequet Regional High School in Lakeville, Massachusetts have already started making their horses.

Students from Apponequet Regional High School in Lakeville, Massachusetts have already started making their horses.