Patrick Sargent and student Nicole Burkhardt work on the paper art. Patrick Sargent is visiting the Penn State HUB with his ART-illery papermaking workshop, October 14, 2014. In the workshop military uniforms and jeans are shredded into pulp and then used to make art.
Patrick Sargent and student Nicole Burkhardt work on the paper art. Patrick Sargent is visiting the Penn State HUB with his ART-illery papermaking workshop, October 14, 2014. In the workshop military uniforms and jeans are shredded into pulp and then used to make art. CDT photo
Patrick Sargent and student Nicole Burkhardt work on the paper art. Patrick Sargent is visiting the Penn State HUB with his ART-illery papermaking workshop, October 14, 2014. In the workshop military uniforms and jeans are shredded into pulp and then used to make art. CDT photo

Old uniforms become new art at Penn State HUB, to be on exhibit at Pasquerilla Spiritual Center

October 14, 2014 07:45 PM

UPDATED October 14, 2014 11:30 PM

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