Wednesday, May 11, 2011
|Close-up detail of WIIW Florida site.|
The 5th anniversary of the Center has me sentimental for past events. The one illustrated above and below is an event we partnered with Flagler College archaeology class for 2006 and also 2007. The assignement was to make iconic monumental architecture out of sand. This group won first prize in my mind because of their nod to a famous Florida site. See if you can guess what Florida site the team worked to represent!
For a prize, how does a walk on the beach sound? Okay, we can't transport you here to St. Augustine. BUT, we can send some sand to you to rest your feet in, a baggie for your left and a baggie for your right. Or you can opt for your name written in sand by the northeast team and posted for next week's WIIW winner.
|Close up detail of the center of the WIIW site complex.|
|Broader view of overall WIIW site.|
WHAT IS IT???
Last Week's Winner!
Body adornment through paint and and tattoo will be the topic of Toni's post for later today. Theodore has it! And thanks to Conquistador for adding to the discussion! Contact Amber (email@example.com) or stop by the FPAN Center to collect the Spanish Colonial and Viva Florida prizes.
I got a little held up at the FAS and a slow internet connection kept me from posting hints 2, 3, and 4. Toni's blog is due out today, but for those interested here are the other nudges towards the decorative body art theme.