Making the print

Liam Nicholl makes a print from his relief block carving at the Baggage Building Arts Centre on Thursday.

A group of Westmount Public School students had the chance to commit their artistic ideas to print.

“Students have an opportunity that they usually won’t have working closely with a local artist doing a art technique that is very hands-on,” said Laura Bizjak, a fine arts academy teacher for grades 7-8 at Westmount Public School, on Wednesday.

The project has been underway for several weeks leading up to spending the day at the Baggage Building Arts Centre with the Community Arts and Heritage Education Project (CAHEP).

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