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Interview: Illinois Prairie Pastel Society President

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The Illinois Prairie Pastel Society aims to promote and foster creative use of the medium. It was established a few years ago, and what started with a handful of members has grown since then. The group has artwork on display at the Chatham Area Public Library. President of the group, George King, joins us now to talk about that exhibit and why the pastel society was formed in the first place. 
 
That was George King of the Illinois Prairie Pastel Society talking about the group and their exhibit at the Chatham Area Public Library. That runs through July 27th. 

Rachel Otwell of the Illinois Times is a former NPR Illinois reporter.
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