Library Project

The Anatomy in Clay® Centers has developed relationships with several Front Range libraries and library districts. This initiative remains in pilot mode for the time being, but is beginning to gain ground.  Libraries are increasingly emphasizing STEM (science, technology, engineering and math) education and what's known as the "Makerspace" concept--community centers that connect tools, people and education to enable individuals to design and create works they otherwise might not be able to do on their own.  As a result, the Anatomy in Clay® Learning System is a natural fit.  We have received word from some of the libraries we are associated with that the programs is becoming quite successful within the Makerspace areas of the Library.  Please check back here soon for more information about this innovative pilot program.  In the meantime, the following are a few news releases issued in 2014 as the pilot started rolling: