"2020-2021:OUR CLARION CALL", 5/2021, bronze, 6.5"h x28"w x10"d (16.5h x 72w x 25d cm)
Etymology. " Clarion " derives from three Latin words : the noun clario (trumpet), the adjective clarus (bright or clear), and the verb claro (to make clear).
: A strong request for something to happen. He used his speech to sound a clarion call for affordable health care. The leader's clarion call to action.
Definition of clarion
(Entry 1 of 2)
1: a medieval trumpet with clear shrill tones
2: the sound of or as if of a clarion
construction May 2021