Art Installation

Previously.

Normally it’s a muddy race that leaves my shoes looking like this.

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Not this time. All the rain made this year’s Broad Ripple Art Fair a muddy mess.

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On the way down it was raining on 86th street. I chanted to the rain gods, No rain at 67th Street… No rain at 67th Street… Luckily the rain stopped just in time to enjoy the Preview Party!

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I was ready to level up our title sponsorship area. I was dreaming of doing an Art Installation for the weekend.

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Thanks to Primary Colours and the Indy Art Center for making it happen! I remembered one year, the BRAF had a chicken wire dome that you could weave strips of cloth through. I loved it. Clean, simple, for all ages! We decided on a flag shape for our area with matching flag colored cloth. Saturday morning, it looked like this.

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Throughout the weekend, families would join in and add layers to our beautiful flag! By the end of the weekend, you could really see it come together.

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The final product will be on display for Flag Day then become a permanent piece in the Installation Nation event.

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You’d think that would be enough, but I had the icing on the cake to add this  year! And it sat right across from our area so I could keep an eye on it!

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The OneAmerica Lego® Tower!

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We have a general raffle every year, so this year I decided to add a guessing game to it. How many Legos® make up the Tower? 3 lucky winners were really close!