Berea-Midpark Students Bring Monster to Life

 Baldwin Wallace University and Berea celebrate Frankenstein as the tale turns 200

 "It's alive!," so to speak, as Baldwin Wallace University's Ritter Library, in collaboration with community organizations, presents "Frankenstein: 200 Years," an all-inclusive Frankenstein Festival celebrating the power of the horrifying monster tale born 200 years ago. 

Berea-Midpark Students Bring Monster to Life

To bring the festival's main man to life, BW collaborated with Berea-Midpark High School's impressive visual effects and design program to create a replica of the fantastical monster.

Berea-Midpark teacher James Bycznski and his high school students are familiar with constructing and designing all sorts of creatures in their TitanFX art program, which has received recognition for collaboration with local theaters, independent filmmakers, businesses, schools and the award-winning 2006 film "Crops."

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An Instagram-worthy vignette, featuring Dr. Frankenstein's monster in his "reading room," is part of an exhibit in BW's Ritter library during the Frankenstein Festival, which runs through Halloween.