Join us for the official celebration for the 2012 New Albany Public Art Project: Bicentennial Series, with a Public Art Walk featuring the Project artists, on Saturday June 23, 2012 from 6:00-9:00 pm (rain date June 30). After starting at the Carnegie Center, visitors can drop in at the six artworks between 6:00-9:00 pm to speak with the artists and learn more about the project themes. The 2012 themes are: Parks & Recreation, Neighborhoods & Architecture, and Education. A walking tour booklet for the 2012 Public Art Project, which includes a map of the 2011 and 2012 installations, and information about the 2012 artists and historical themes, will be available at the Carnegie Center and at the sites. During the Art Walk, participants can make their own three-color screenprinted poster designed by Ron Jasin of Madpixel Art and Design and facilitated by local artists and volunteers. Live music will begin on Bank Street at 7:00 pm, featuring Ten Penny Nail, and the Midnight Hour Sound System. For more information visit www.napublicart.org and www.facebook.com/napublicart, or call 812-944-7336.
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