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Fine arts students bring beauty to Progress Park

Madison Powers

A dramatic four-panel mural, design and created by RB Fine Arts students, now decorates Progress Park at Eight Corners in Brookfield.

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RB students gathered with community members and the Brookfield Beautification Committee at Eight Corners.  Their task?  To dedicate the new Progress Park.  Some of RB’s Fine Arts students created a striking, four panel mural as part of the artwork for the park.  Get a feel for the event by viewing Clarion’s slideshow.

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