School Of Architecture Pumpkin Display At The Bucky Dome Home
Wednesday, October 31, 2018 1:52 PM
Image and caption from the 2016 Daily Egyptian coverage of this event: Lindy Loyd, a Bucky Dome board member, lights jack-o’-lanterns Monday, Oct. 31, 2016, at the Buckminster Fuller Dome Home in Carbondale. The pumpkins, carved by SIU architecture and interior design students, were displayed for visitors and trick or treaters to view. “No one else is doing anything like this,” architecture professor Jon Davey said. “It gives the students a good time.” The students were assigned to carve the pumpkins over the weekend. Amongst nearly 80 pumpkins, designs included the Statue of Liberty, the Eiffel Tower and the U.S. Capitol Building. (Ryan Michalesko | @photosbylesko)
Want to know what we've been up to at the Bucky Fuller Dome Home? Come out on All Hallows Eve to see 30 different pumpkins from around the world carved by the SIU Carbondale architecture students. Guided tours of the Dome will also be available.
“NO ONE ELSE IS DOING ANYTHING LIKE THIS,” ARCHITECTURE PROFESSOR JON DAVEY SAID. “IT GIVES THE STUDENTS A GOOD TIME.”
For more information, please contact Architecture Professor and Bucky Dome Home Board President, Jon Davey 618-559-8931 firstname.lastname@example.org