Monday, September 07, 2009

The New Albany Bicentennial Public Art Project: Outdoor sculpture interpreting the city's history and heritage.

The overall theme of the art project is "The River" (Bruce Springsteen, anyone?), and sub-themes include early settlement, glass/industry, steamboats/ferries/bridges, underground railroad, floods, markets downtown, and taverns/breweries.

Schweitzer brings art for the city’s sake, by Dale Moss (Courier-Journal).

(Julie) Schweitzer directs the
New Albany Bicentennial Public Art project, an effort to spread story-telling sculpture through downtown. Proposals are being accepted for five pieces to be put up before the end of April.
However, the columnist Moss fails to note that one proposal already has been rejected:

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