Park Competes in AVAM’s Kinetic Sculpture Race


On Saturday, Park competed in the American Visionary Art Museum’s annual Kinetic Sculpture race through downtown Baltimore. It was a beautiful day to trek 15 miles through city streets and parks, mud and sand obstacles, and even into the harbor!

Julie Rogers’s Engineering for the Kinetic Sculpture Race class worked all semester on creating their “Working Hard, or Bearly Working?” sculpture for this year’s Everyday People themed race. The team, made up of students, teachers, and parents, filled their cups with ambition and blew through every obstacle the day had to offer — all to the tune of “9 to 5.” Congratulations to the entire team and their supportive family and friends!

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