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Students Display Work in Once Upon a Woodblock

February 9, 2016
Communications Staff
Photo credit: Pang Fei Chiang

The students enrolled in the winter-term workshop Blades on Wood: Relief Printmaking for the Strongly Devoted display their work on Friday, January 22, in the South Dome of the Art Department in Willard Court as part of the exhibition Once Upon a Woodblock. The workshop was led by Claudio Orso-Giacone, outreach coordinator for the Apollo Outreach Initiative.

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