Photo Gallery: G20 Labor and Employment Ministers’ Meeting Gift and Sculpture
(April 20, 2010)
- A second prototype shows a suggested top for the gift.
- A view of another side of the base of the gift includes the G20 logo.
- Job Corps student Jessica Hall, who conceived the gift, and her mentor/coordinator Rick Heimann.
- Job Corps student Jessica Hall, who conceived the gift.
- These Job Corps students were involved in the creation and production of the sculpture.
- This sketch of the globe served as the basis for the 1,500 pound sculpture.
- This sculpture, created by Job Corps students in the Albuquerque, New Mexico Job Corps Center, is made of recycled materials.
- This is a view of the globe as it was being assembled.
- This prototype of the sculpture served as a guide to build the 4.5' final sculpture that greeted delegates as they arrived at the meeting.
- Kedron Cobb of the Albuquerque Job Corps Center measures to place the continents on the globe.
- Burton Tsinnijinnie of the Albuquerque Job Corps Center prepares to weld one of the continents.
- A large globe, made by students from the Albuquerque, NM Job Corps Center, was installed along the Constitution Avenue entrance to the Frances Perkins Building. This sculpture, along with a crowd of employees welcomed the world's labor and employment ministers to the US Department of Labor.