Survey says: Metal panels will be installed at Durango intersection

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Survey says: Metal panels will be installed at Durango intersection

About 2,000 registered votes select ‘Common Threads’ piece
Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. The selection was done through an online survey. The new piece will feature 15 to 30 panels with textile-like designs.
Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. If the city receives a second grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the total potential budget for the art piece is expected to be about $100,000.
Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. There will be more opportunities for the public to get involved in the creation of the art piece.

Survey says: Metal panels will be installed at Durango intersection

Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. The selection was done through an online survey. The new piece will feature 15 to 30 panels with textile-like designs.
Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. If the city receives a second grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, the total potential budget for the art piece is expected to be about $100,000.
Residents selected “Common Threads,” a concept by Durango artists Allison Leigh Smith and Bryce Pettit, for the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. There will be more opportunities for the public to get involved in the creation of the art piece.
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