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The village’s first National Bronze Sculpture Symposium, which has been taking place the past week and a half, concludes this Saturday evening at 7 p.m. with an outside bronze pour at the outdoor Antioch College foundry, adjacent to the Antioch Amphitheatre. Organizers say the symposium’s events have been well attended. Shown are, above, last week’s opening reception, and below, the four sculptors at work. From left are John Weidman of New Hampshire; D’jean Jawrunner of New Mexico: Susan Byrnes of Cincinnati; and Brian Maughn of Yellow Springs. (submitted photos by Dennie Eagleson)

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The village’s first National Bronze Sculpture Symposium, which has been taking place the past week and a half, concludes this Saturday evening at 7 p.m. with an outside bronze pour at the outdoor Antioch College foundry, adjacent to the Antioch Amphitheatre. Organizers say the symposium’s events have been well attended. Shown are, above, last week’s opening reception, and below, the four sculptors at work. From left are John Weidman of New Hampshire; D’jean Jawrunner of New Mexico: Susan Byrnes of Cincinnati; and Brian Maughn of Yellow Springs. (submitted photos by Dennie Eagleson)

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