Art in Public Places, Krutch Park

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Art in Public Places, Krutch Park

Art in Public Places, Krutch Park - Courtesy Dogwood Arts

Dogwood Arts is officially in the running to receive a $250,000 Pepsi Refresh Everything grant for a permanent Art in Public Places large-scale sculpture exhibition in Knoxville, and they need our help. The sculptures will be throughout the greater Knoxville area, with spots in Krutch Park, along Gay Street, Volunteer Landing, World’s Fair Park, Knoxville Convention Center, the District in Bearden and McGhee Tyson Airport. The current exhibit closes on October 31, 2010. With the grant, 15 permanent outdoor sculptures will be installed.

Help make Knoxville a more recognized and legitimate destination for art. Voting ends September 30th. You may vote either by visiting or by texting “102486” to “73774”.

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  3. This is slightly off the subject. However, I was sad to see the treble clef removed from the corner of Summit Hill and Gay St. I was downtown with my children the other day and noticed the man on a horse sculpture near DTB has been removed too! What is going on?!? These sculptures have been around since I was a child. What’s next, the Rowing Man?

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      I am pretty sure that the Treble Clef was moved to the Knoxville Botanical Garden and Arboretum. I’m not having too much luck finding out what happened with the “man on a horse” statue though.

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