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An Impressive Park Memorializes When Quilts Saved a Town

Frontier Towns, Part 7: Panguitch, Utah In city planning, as well as park and recreation circles, one of the most successful trends of the past decade or two has been the creation of pocket parks. These small oases help provide … Continue reading

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The “grand” prize for fusing art and economic development

This is a slightly revised post from the same story I wrote for Rust Wire, that was published earlier today. Enjoy! I had my first opportunity to attend ArtPrize in Grand Rapids on September 29th. My oh my, have they ever hit … Continue reading

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Art that is inspirational

If there ever was a great example of art being inspirational as well as beautiful, then the new 20′ tall “Inspiration” sculpture created by James T. Russell in downtown Lansing, Michigan is it. Below are three full size  photographs of … Continue reading

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