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Chenoweth Water Tower: Form and Function

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 Students at Chenoweth Elementary used cardboard construction techniques and teamwork to create their Water Tower projects in the "Water Tower: Form and Function" project sponsored and produced by the Louisville Water Foundation, the Fund for the Arts and Louisville Visual Art.  Each session included a history and science lesson from Louisville Water, a brief architectural lesson about the Water Tower, a student collaborative water tower drawing plan, much construction and artistic expression, a field trip to the Water Works Museum and Crescent Hill Reservoir and a Family Fun Day at the Water Tower. The project has been packed full of fun, artistic and educational opportunities and local history.

Students at Chenoweth Elementary used cardboard construction techniques and teamwork to create their Water Tower projects in the "Water Tower: Form and Function" project sponsored and produced by the Louisville Water Foundation, the Fund for the Arts and Louisville Visual Art.

Each session included a history and science lesson from Louisville Water, a brief architectural lesson about the Water Tower, a student collaborative water tower drawing plan, much construction and artistic expression, a field trip to the Water Works Museum and Crescent Hill Reservoir and a Family Fun Day at the Water Tower. The project has been packed full of fun, artistic and educational opportunities and local history.