The Power Art! Project In Ann Arbor

. September 30, 2018.
The Power Art! Project will continue to wrap Ann Arbor traffic boxes with vinyl prints by Washtenaw County-based artists.
Ann Arbor Power Horses, by K.A. Letts. Photo courtesy of The Arts Alliance.

The Power Art! Project will continue to wrap Ann Arbor traffic boxes with vinyl prints by Washtenaw County-based artists. One hundred and eight prints from 41 artists in the first round were reviewed by a six-person jury of artists, business owners and community leaders who whittled the number down to 12 semi-finalists for a public vote. PowerArt! Is sponsored by The Arts Alliance in partnership with the Downtown Development Authority and the Ann Arbor Public Art Commission. Since debuting in 2015, 25 PowerArt! boxes have been installed in the Ann Arbor Downtown Development District. The 2018 semi-finalists and finalists can be seen here: https://a3arts.org/publicart.

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