On Monday 6-year-old Dallas Smith came home wearing a white, cone-shaped mask he made in art class at Winfield-Scott Elementary in Fort Scott, Kansas. “It appears to look like a Ku Klux Klan hat, which is a heck of a thing to put on a 6-year-old boy,” said Barry Smith, Dallas‘ father.
It was part of a project done in Russ Gordon’s art class. “That was never, never the purpose of the project,” Gordon said, referring to Smith’s description of Dallas’ hat. Gordon said he uses it to teach the principals of shape, symmetry and texture and the project was supposed t o do just that.
For 30 years, Gordon’s done the mask project without complaint. “It’s just a creative shape that the kids can take a lot of different directions,” Gordon said. “I had kids make knights. I had kids make princesses. You can take it all different directions.”
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