Art in the Open Public Art Walk & Fiber Artist Party

Art in the Open Public Art Walk & Fiber Artist Party

Presented by Hurst Boiler in partnership with Lowe’s

Bring the family out a Public Art Walk in Thomasville’s Creative District! Expect to see lots of public art on West Jackson Street this November and join us for a Fiber Artist Party at Bacchus! Be on the lookout for…

  • Woodland creatures in the trees of West Jackson Street, all designed by regional fiber artists participating in the Wildlife Yarn Bomb “Furry & Feathered”
  • A mural, created by TCA’s public art team in collaboration with Tallahassee artist and PWAF exhibitor William Lamb
  • Local artist and FSU professor Linda Hall’s “Rewilding” soft sculpture exhibition opening, alongside thirteen of her current soft sculpture students’ “Re-imagining the Longleaf Pine Forest” exhibition at Bacchus Downtown. Both exhibitions will run from November 10 – 29th!
  • Little Bird Project window installation featuring little birds created by over 350 members of the community in an effort to introduce as many people to fiber art as possible at 223 West Jackson
  • Wildlife pop art signage created by local artist Cindy Inman

Thursday, November 10

Art in the Open Public Art Walk | 5pm
Fiber Artist Party at Bacchus | 7pm

Free and Open to the Public

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