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Thu March 22, 2012
Public art project slated for Casper
A new public art project will be coming to Casper this summer. It will resemble a giant sun dial and will incorporate depictions of Wyoming’s landscape and history.
The piece will be situated outside of an affordable housing complex, across the street from the Nicolaysen Art Museum.
Curator Lisa Hatchadoorian says she hopes this work will become a gathering place for residents from all over town.
“It adds so much to the community experience to have different types of art out there … interacting with weather and nature and life,” Hatchedoorian said.
She says the plan is to install the art project this summer.