Work-themed prints enliven Industrial Training Center hallways

The hallways of Victoria College’s Industrial Training Center at the new Emerging Technology Complex were recently enhanced with the installation of 25 prints featuring work themes taught in the new building. Pictured, Kevin Kleinsmith of KSK Visual Ingenuity installs a print depicting Richard Phillips, VC Workforce & Continuing Education training coordinator, operating a forklift inside one of the building’s training bays. The prints are made of soft knit fabric and can be stretched to fit various frame spaces. Each of the 25 prints depict themes such as safety, quality assurance, customer focus, innovation, collaboration, and supplier partnership. “The prints displayed in the hallway reinforce what we are teaching in the classroom,” said Tempi McLeod, Emerging Technology Complex manager. “It’s not just textbook – it’s real life. What you learn here applies.” The prints were donated by Caterpillar Victoria and installed by the Cleveland, Ohio-based KSK Visual Ingenuity, which handles art installation for Caterpillar.
Published: Thursday, 02 July 2015

Pirate Portal


© 2017 Victoria College | 2200 E. Red River | Victoria, TX 77901 | (361) 573-3291 | (877) 843-4369