‘Underwater’ pumpkin carving at the Wangensteen Historical Library

We are welcoming back Emily Beck and her pumpkin-carving talents to the Wangensteen Historical Library as she brings us underwater adventures in jack o’lantern form.

What: Historical Pumpkin Carving by Emily Beck, Assistant Curator, Wangensteen Historical Library
When: Monday, October 30
Where: Wangensteen Historical Library, 5th Floor, Diehl Hall (Directions)

An Underwater Halloween

This year’s carving is inspired by the Wangensteen Historical Library’s current exhibit, Underwater, which explores humans, health, and science in watery spaces. We have selected a few of our favorite images from the exhibit and have made stencils so you can create your own underwater-inspired carving. 

Pumpkin Stencils

Share your #UnderwaterPumpkin

We invite you to share photos of your final jack o’lantern made from our stensils. Just tweet an image of your carved pumpkin to @umnbiomedlib using #UnderwaterPumpkin.

Pumpkin Carving Process

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