As part of the LSU Museum;s Digital Twin project our very own DMAE grads took part in preserving a part of Louisiana art history. The students scanned Thornton Dial's World Peace. Thornton's work consisted of scavenged and found materials that helped tell the story of black struggle in the south. These assemblages are not archival and will eventually be lost (or changed) due to time. This scanning provides very high detail 3-D reperesentations of Thornton's work that will outlast the lifespan of the art itself and preserve them for the history books. High resolution scanning has come down in cost and can be done with incredible detail and precision. DMAE students have been working on various scanning processes for the NASA Digital Twin and for classwork.