Residents propose ideas for public art installation on Hwy. 550/160

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Residents propose ideas for public art installation on Hwy. 550/160

Installation planned on Hwy. 550/160
Bryce Pettit talks with Mariah Kaminsky at an event that allowed the public to submit ideas for “Common Threads,” an art installation planned for the U.S. 550/160 intersection. This event was held at 11th Street Station. Residents are also welcome to submit ideas for the art installation online at durangocommonthreads.com.

Residents propose ideas for public art installation on Hwy. 550/160

Bryce Pettit talks with Mariah Kaminsky at an event that allowed the public to submit ideas for “Common Threads,” an art installation planned for the U.S. 550/160 intersection. This event was held at 11th Street Station. Residents are also welcome to submit ideas for the art installation online at durangocommonthreads.com.

Residents propose ideas for public art installation on Hwy. 550/160

Artists Allison Smith and Bryce Pettit have held several events seeking feedback on the new art installation at the U.S. Highway 550/160 intersection. Michaela and Nick Collins, left, Carol Meckling, Nicole Pflueger, Brooke Goulding and Sarah Lawson, right, draw and make stamps at a workshop at the library. The event focused on submitting ideas for the new art installation.

Residents propose ideas for public art installation on Hwy. 550/160

Dakota Killian participates in a stamp workshop at the Durango Community Recreation Center. She suggested symbols of things that make her happy – a rainbow, a sun and a pig.
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