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The Department of Art in conjunction with the Texas Atomic Iron Commission held a workshop this week allowing students, faculty and guests of Texas A&M University – Commerce to design their own scratch block molds, followed by an iron pouring demonstration conducted by the commission. Participants were allowed to keep the iron plates they designed after they were left to cool for several hours.

An exhibition of the work of The Texas Atomic Iron Commission is currently on display at the University Gallery in the Art Building until February 12.

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