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Karl LeClair. The Atlantic School's "Printmaking In The Barn with Karl LeClair" on July 5, 2019 in Atlanta, Idaho.

Printmaking has historically been utilized to spread communications to the masses through bookmaking, posters and forms of protest and celebration. While we observe our country's day of independence, LeClair will lead students through interpreting what independence means through personal symbols. Using the relief printmaking process, students will explore and develop imagery representing independence and create bold and graphic symbols to be printed upon flags and banners. - Optional - Flags and banners will be flown during Atlanta's annual Independence Day Parade.
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Karl LeClair, The Atlanta School - Printmaking in the Barn
Karl LeClair. The Atlantic School's "Printmaking In The Barn with Karl LeClair" on July 5, 2019 in Atlanta, Idaho.<br />
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Printmaking has historically been utilized to spread communications to the masses through bookmaking, posters and forms of protest and celebration. While we observe our country's day of independence, LeClair will lead students through interpreting what independence means through personal symbols. Using the relief printmaking process, students will explore and develop imagery representing independence and create bold and graphic symbols to be printed upon flags and banners.  - Optional - Flags and banners will be flown during Atlanta's annual Independence Day Parade.