The Duluth Public Arts Commission (DPAC) is having a busy spring. Duluth’s ‘Fanfare’ artwork will be installed in the coming weeks on the trackside of the Red Clay Theatre building in downtown Duluth. It’s designed to spread the word and tout the city’s rich and lively music history.
DPAC and the Parks & Recreation will hold a ribbon cutting ceremony for ‘Melody Lane,’ the children’s music park at 6:30 p.m. April 10 near the playground at WP Jones Park, 3750 Pleasant Hill Road. The new interactive musical instrument experience is expected to inspire musical prodigies of all ages.
Additional DPAC sponsored projects are underway. Don’t miss ART WEEK 2019! Duluth will kick-off the city’s Art Week 2019 with a Spring Arts Festival April 27 and 28, and a series of events running through May 4. Details: www.duluthga.net/community/duluth_art_week.php.
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