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St. Charles celebrating public art

May 15, 2018 09:09AM

The St Charles Arts Council and Civic Partners, the St. Charles Park District, the Downtown St. Charles Partnership, the River Corridor Foundation, and the Greater St. Charles Convention and Visitors Bureau, are celebrating Public Art in St. Charles, including the 30th Anniversary of the dedication of Ēkwabet (the city’s iconic sculpture of a Native American), the installation and dedication of The Key (the latest piece of public art in the Gratitude Project, honoring Sharon and Vern Oie), the Park District’s Sculpture in the Park exhibition, the first anniversary of the SCAC’s signature public art program, Art in Public Places, and the Celebration Pop-Up Art Gallery. 

The Dedication of The Key and the Celebration Pop-Up Gallery Opening Reception (which will feature artists whose work is included in the Art in Public Places project) are both on Saturday, June 23.  Take the Public Art Tours (in person or virtually) whenever you wish!

Download the Otocast App and go to St. Charles, IL.  Visit ArtinPublicPlacesSTC.com, Ēkwabet.com, GratitudeProjectSTC.wordpress.com, StCharlesArtsCouncil.org and SculptureSTC.org. STCRiverCorridor.org, DowntownStCharles.org and  VisitStCharles.com.
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