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Fish of many species, colors, and materials took to the streets of downtown Easton on Sunday to celebrate the annual Shad Fishing Tournament and Festival. Students in the Dynamics of Sculpture class taught by Alastair Noble, assistant professor of art, paraded their sculpted and painted fish along with other participants in the annual Doo-Dah Parade.

“They were a way for the students to be involved in a community activity as well as make sculptural forms,” says Noble.

The only restriction for the sculptures was that they had to be made of mesh, wire, and plaster. Student creations included everything from blowfish to jellyfish.

In addition to the sculpted fish, parade participants included a clown, floats, boats, walking crayons, and other costumed people competing for awards in the most creative, most tastefully noisy, and most unique formation categories.

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