Digital Sculpting Studio Experience

A STEP-UP Education Program brought to you by the IMNH

A fundraising campaign for Idaho Museum of Natural History
Oh to be 14 -17 again and have the learning opportunity of a lifetime!  Spend three weeks this summer at a Digital Sculpting Studio combining digital modeling, artistry, 3D printing and top it off with making a full scale, action packed museum model of a North American Lion attacking an Antelope.
Student may attend one week or all three weeks.  Your support through Idaho Gives provides internships so student access is free.  Whether attending one week or all three weeks, student internship/learning experiences are sure to prepare these young, eager minds with 21st century skills that are transforming science and engineering. 
The Idaho Virtualization Lab at the Idaho Museum of Natural History is one of the few places across the globe that students can get hands on experience creating 3D models that are put on display in a museum exhibit. 
  • It is the vision of IMNH "to shape the future by understanding Idaho's natural history and creating unforgettable educational experiences"  
  • It is the IMNH mission to "inspire appreciation and curiosity for Idaho's natural history through its exploration and preservation"
  • It is believed that nowhere else in the world shares the same story as the Idaho Museum of Natural History.

Share this Campaign!

About the Organization

Idaho Museum of Natural History

Idaho Museum of Natural History is a state agency located on the campus of Idaho State University that is looking to expand our STEM programs and services throughout Idaho. The Museum demonstrates a fascinating insight into earlier life in and around the state.

Financial support raised through Idaho Gives, May 2 allows students to spend three weeks this summer at a Digital Sculpting Studio, combining digital modeling, artistry, 3D printing and eventually making a full scale museum model of North American Lion attacking a Llama!

It is believed that nowhere else in the world shares the same story as Idaho Museum of Natural History. The Museum's mission is "to shape the future by understanding Idaho's natural history and creating unforgettable educational experiences" and "inspire appreciation and curiosity for Idaho's natural history through its exploration and preservation". The Museum has over 700,000 specimens in their collections today.