Monday, September 16, 2013

30th Street Art Project to Showcase Proposals

Posted By on Mon, Sep 16, 2013 at 3:00 PM

The 30th Street Roundabout Art Project has rounded a corner. In June, Boise Weekly reported that an art installation was set to accompany the construction of a roundabout at Whitewater Park Boulevard. Now, the city of Boise is accepting public input on the proposals for the art that will adorn the roundabout.

Three sculptures are under consideration.

Diversitys Dance, by Ken McCall and Reham Aarte, is one of three artworks being considered for the 30th Street roundabout.
  • Diversity's Dance, by Ken McCall and Reham Aarte, is one of three artworks being considered for the 30th Street roundabout.


The artworks being considered will be on display at Jerry's Market, located at 819 N. 27th Street, Monday-Wednesday, Sept. 16-18. The pieces will also be on display at Bee Wise Goods (3019 W. State Street.) Thursday-Saturday, Sept. 19-21, and at Idaho River Sports (3100 W. Pleasanton Ave.) Sunday-Tuesday, Sept. 22-24.

At those locations, the public is invited to view the proposals and fill out comment forms that will help the city determine which it will install at the roundabout.




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