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Blue Sky Project cards on view Sept. 11-14

3:55 p.m., Sept. 8, 2003--On the first anniversary of the tragic events of Sept. 11, 2001, the staff of the University Gallery asked students, faculty and community to share their thoughts and emotions about that fateful day through an interactive program called “The Blue Sky Project.”

Special postcards were passed out on Sept. 11, 2002. On one side appeared the same brilliant blue color of the sky in Delaware on the day the twin towers of the World Trade Center fell. A printed message on back of each card asked members of the UD community to reflect and share their thoughts one year later.

Participants were encouraged to “write, draw, glue, tape, staple something/anything,” to the front of the cards.

The postcards can be seen Thursday through Sunday, Sept. 11-14, in person in the foyer of Old College, where they are displayed in the shape of two towers. The foyer is open from 8 a.m.-5 p.m.

Many of the messages on the cards that were returned to Gallery were scanned and have been posted on the web at [www.museums.udel.edu/art/info/blue_sky.html].

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