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Clearwater, FL – Come celebrate the first gathering of dolphin sculptures since their debut in Pier 60 Park during the summer of 2012. This Dolphin Reunion, free display, can be enjoyed from November 11 – 20 at Westfield Countryside Mall, 27001 US Highway 19 N, Clearwater on the upper level above the ice rink. Dolphin sculptures have been loaned by their owners for this display. This Clearwater Regional Chamber initiated public art project spans 10 …

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PLYMOUTH – Artist Diana Naples spent 100 hours meticulously adhering tiles to the 150-pound lobster sculpture, just featured as one of the major highlights on the Lobster Crawl tour. The Chamber hosted its Lobster Release Kick-off Party at Cabby Shack on Water Street Wednesday, Aug. 3, and Naples was one of the thirty artist honorees to receive recognition for her work. Then, sometime in the wee hours of Saturday morning, vandals stole the lobster, ripping …

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After more than two years of planning and collaboration, the Thomson-McDuffie Convention and Visitors Bureau unveiled the McTell’s 12-String Strut art design project with a reveal party at the Thomson Depot on Friday. Local artists from around the county were introduced and took turns unveiling their individually designed 7-foot Stella guitar replicas, in honor of blues music legend Blind Willie McTell. “This project began about 2½ years ago when the Georgia Department of Economic Development …

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LINCOLN — The Nebraska Tourism Commission has announced the stops that will be on the summer 2016 Nebraska Passport, including several in Central Nebraska. “The Passport Program encourages travelers to explore the state collecting stamps while reconnecting with Nebraska and supporting small businesses and attractions,” said Kathy McKillip, Nebraska Tourism Commission executive director. “Year after year, the program gains popularity. In 2015, more than 24,600 travelers collected stamps, and we expect 2016’s participation to be …

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KEARNEY — More than 300 people gathered Saturday at the Museum of Nebraska Art to attend the Cranes on Parade 3 art auction. Presented by Kearney Dawn Rotary, the auction featured 14 full-sized crane sculptures along with 13 smaller study cranes and other assorted crane-influenced artwork by regional artists.  Susan Bigg, the co-chair for the event, said the amount of money raised during the auction will be released in about a week. “We raised a …

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GROTON, Conn. (AP) – Artists in southeastern Connecticut are being called upon to design sculptures of submarines for a public art project celebrating 100 years of subs in the Groton area. The Connecticut Sub Trail will showcase 20 miniature fiberglass subs, each about 5 feet long. They’ll be officially displayed at the Groton 4th of July Parade. Art teacher Joy Supples proposed the idea. Supples works for Ella T. Grasso Southeastern Connecticut Technical High School. …

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Groton — An art teacher wanted to create a “sub trail” as part of the celebration of the 100th anniversary of the arrival of the first submarine to the U.S. Naval Submarine Base, and her idea has taken hold. Teacher Joy Supples’ plan was to have local artists create a “fleet” of submarine sculptures, similar to the “Whale Tail” art project in New London a few years ago. About a dozen sponsors have come forward …

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THOMAS, GA – 2/11/2016 (PRESS RELEASE JET) — The Thomson-McDuffie County Convention & Visitors Bureau is proud to present a new public art design project located in McDuffie County. Titled McTell’s 12-String Strut, the project is meant to recognize and honor the legacy of Blind Willie McTell, his music, and the fact that such an influential musician was born and lived in McDuffie County. Local artists will create unique designs for 12, 7-foot-tall polyurethane replicas …

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Already Birmingham’s best-known symbol, Vulcan has been reimagined as a new public art display focused on celebrating the city and raising awareness for what it has to offer. “Today, we take the symbol of our great city and use that as a way of creating a public identity for our great city, to let visitors know that Vulcan represents the best that this city has to offer,” said Birmingham Mayor William Bell during the unveiling …

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If you saw a painted pig at Bruster’s Real Ice Cream in September, it wasn’t a judgment of your diet. It’s part of a new campaign reminding Vestavia Hills residents to support their local businesses. At its September luncheon, the Chamber of Commerce launched its “Shop, Dine, Play” initiative and introduced four outdoor painted fiberglass pig statues. One pig stays at the Chamber office on Merryvale Road, and the other three rotate between city businesses. …

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There’s a new attraction at the Merryman Performing Arts Center; it’s tall and colorful but totally silent…. So what is it? Another crane in the Kearney Dawn Rotary Club’s Cranes on Parade. The auction for all of the cranes will take place on March 12th. View the video

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