This spring, Missouri State’s McQueary College of Health and Human Services was selected as a location for the Sculpture Walk Springfield collection.
This outdoor sculpture, DNA Dance, by Larry Young, was juried into the 2022-23 Sculpture Walk Springfield collection from a pool of national and international entries.
The sculpture will sit alongside Cherry Street in front of the McQueary Family Health Sciences Hall.
“The addition of the DNA Dance Sculpture as part of the Sculpture Walk Springfield is yet another exciting partnership between the McQueary College and Springfield Community,” said Dr. Mark Smith, dean of the McQueary College of Health and Human Services.
“I am especially proud that MCHHS is able to display a sculpture which symbolizes the amazing and resilient dedication of the greater health care community through the pandemic.”