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The Arts Council of Indianapolis and Keep Indianapolis Beautiful have partnered, through KIB’s IPL Project Greenspace, to create a trailhead pocket park for the Town of Speedway that includes a commissioned artwork by Anderson artist Arlon Bayliss. The sculpture was designed to highlight Speedway’s Sister Cities program, with a design reminiscent of a flower spreading seeds throughout the world.
Volunteers are needed to help fabricate the sculpture. The work involves twisting lightweight strips of metal into a figure-eight shape, and attaching two together to form a “floret” about as big as a hand. No prior experience is required and no tools are needed. If you have experience with soldering metal, that would be a plus.
The work session dates are as follows:
Fabrication will take place at 1426 Main St. in Speedway, at the old Speedway Physicians building. It will be a fun, social experience with many hands making light work of the job! This is a particularly good activity for teens needing volunteer or service learning credits.
You do not need to reserve a spot, but as a courtesy please contact Arlon Bayliss at email@example.com at least 2 days before the session you want to attend, to make sure there is enough work for you to do. Arlon can also answer any questions you have.
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