The exhibit features more than 80 archeological artifacts dating to the 18th century that were excavated in Philadelphia before construction of the National Constitution Center. The lab focuses on the 3-D scanning and 3-D printing of historic and archaeological objects, including many notable artifacts from museums across Virginia and around the world. The objects help illuminate the lives of everyday Philadelphians of various backgrounds who were living side by side, just steps away from where the momentous events of founding a nation were taking place. This is real world experience with helping create a museum exhibit. In fact, alumna Brenna Geraghty was hired as the new museum manager at Chippokes Plantation State Park in part because of her work on this exhibit. Means and the students also created 3-D-printed replicas for use by undergraduate students doing research at VCU. Some of the students will present on the National Constitution Center project at the spring undergraduate research poster conference at VCU. Skip to main content Skip to navigation Skip to footer. Monday, Jan. Photo courtesy of the National Constitution Center.
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