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DCE students among 'Wear Your Words' artists

3:40 PM, May 7, 2014
Artist Nancy Judd sits near artworks created out of recycled materials by local teens who participated in the Wear Your Words program at the Woodson Art Museum in Wausau. The boots were created by Katie Koenig, a student at D.C. Everest Senior High.
Artist Nancy Judd sits near artworks created out of recycled materials by local teens who participated in the Wear Your Words program at the Woodson Art Museum in Wausau. The boots were created by Katie Koenig, a student at D.C. Everest Senior High.
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Local teens who participated in the Wear Your Words project at the Woodson Art Museum are putting the final details on their exhibition, which opens Saturday, May 10, at the museum in Wausau.

Participants met several times during April to plan and create wearable art out of recycled items that would make a social statement. The works are "designed to be eye-catching and thought-provoking," according to the museum brochure.

During the last workshop session on May 2, students worked with Nancy Judd, an artist who similarly uses her art to call attention to environmental issues. Her ...

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