University of San Francisco “living sculpture” memorial seeks families’ help

Members of the University of San Francisco Swig Program in Jewish Studies and Social Justice and sculptor Raffael Lomas obtained two boxes of metal artifacts from the destroyed World Trade Center, which they plan to combine with living trees to make a “living sculpture”.

The group says they are working with California-based families, and that they are looking for more people to be part of the project. Organizer Aaron J. Hahn Tapper says they are “looking for 10-12 families to be involved, if possible those with two to three generations of family members.” It seems that they mean 9/11 families, but it is not stated.

No artistic experience is needed.

If you are interested, please contact Professor Tapper at ajhahntapper@usfca.edu.

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