Midwest Sculpture Initiative
Why are communities throughout our country and around the world developing large-scale outdoor art projects? There are many reasons why.
VALPARAISO | The city and the Midwest Sculpture Initiative are teaming again to provide art lovers with a fresh batch of sculptures for the city's art walk.
VALPARAISO | The downtown Central Park Plaza will become a promotional South Shore commuter rail line poster child, but the city might have to wait until next year to get it done.
VALPARAISO | Art lovers and pigeons now have something else to attract their attention.
VALPARAISO | The sculptures for the city's art walk won't be installed until May 18, but Valparaiso's Redevelopment Commission already is trying to improve its selection of pieces for next year's display.
VALPARAISO | Enjoying the spring greenery and flowers is a good reason to take a stroll on the pathway on Cumberland Drive, but the pathway will provide a new attraction soon.
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