CTY bones25p Madi (cq) Walsh, 17, an advanced art student at Central Catholic High School in Toledo, shapes a finger bone from clay, Thursday, January 24, 2013. Twenty-seven honors advanced art and ceramics students at Central are participating in the One Million Bones project organized by Students Rebuild. This is a collaborative art project that involves students from all over the United States and abroad sculpting handmade bones Ð out of whatever material they choose - that will be laid out on the National Mall in Washington D.C. on April 28.January 23, 2013. THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKY THE BLADE/DAVE ZAPOTOSKYEnlarge
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Madi Walsh, 17, an advanced art student at Central Catholic High School, shapes a finger bone from clay. Miss Walsh is among 27 honors advanced art and ceramics students at Central participating in the One Million Bones project organized by Students Rebuild. The art project involves students across the nation and abroad sculpting handmade bones, from whatever material they choose, that will be laid out on the National Mall in Washington on April 28.
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