Alaska middle-schoolers' project explores Alaska Native culture

01/15/2014 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Alaska)

Randy Smith Middle School students in Fairbanks, Alaska, recently designed their own personalized traditional Alaska Native masks carved from wood. The students in Dave Gerrish's technology and art class watched a video about the history and process of making the wood masks, which resemble animals found in Alaska. "The kids have taken more pride in (their masks) than any other project I've ever taught," Gerrish said.

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