|Artist||Clarissa Stowell Gregory|
|Medium||Egg-carton foam mattress, sleeping bag, fabric, paper mache, sculptamold, plaster, chicken wire, scrap wood planks, plywood, tree branches and tree debris, dirt, house paint, oil paint, poly-foam, rocks, yarn, wire, theatrical gel filters, stool and wooden crate|
|Dimensions||18 x 17.6 x 23 x 20’|
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The Mount Royal School of Art was created in 1974 as a multidisciplinary program for graduate study. The program of study seeks to broaden definitions of art making, illuminate and discuss current and historical ideas in the discipline, help students toward their own profession and assist them in finding their own voices. Because Mount Royal is not a media-specific program, students are encouraged to work in the ways most appropriate to their individual research. That study can be focused within a specific media or cross over and into other disciplines and media.