May 26, 2012
Now in its seventh year of placing public sculpture in downtown Bristol, Art in Public Places is proud to announce that our juror for the 2012-13 exhibit is Ben Hernandez from the Museum of Contemporary Art in Detroit. With his diverse background in multi-media events, he will surely bring a fresh perspective to this year’s program.
In addition to exhibiting sculpture, Art in Public Places now hosts an art competition for students from regional high schools. Our long-term goal is to place permanent sculpture in downtown Bristol to be appreciated for generations to come.
Across America and the world, art is a proven catalyst for growth and economic prosperity. The arts deepen our understanding of the human spirit, extend our capacity to comprehend the lives of others, and allow us to imagine a more just and humane world.
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