The making of Hecuba: From an abstract idea to an iconic USC landmark
Follow along with the fascinating process as sculptor Christopher Slatoff brings USC President C. L. Max Nikias vision to life
Its the unmistakable centerpiece of USC Village: the towering statue of Hecuba, queen of Troy. She is the mother of the Trojans, wife of King Priam and an instant symbol of the university she calls home.
But its a long road from idea to sculpture. Come along as sculptor Christopher Slatoff takes USC President C. L. Max Nikias amorphous idea and brings it to life in all of its glory.