Repainting arterie. June 23-24, 2011 Erie Blvd.
Join the 40 Below Public Arts Task Force and the Erie Canal Museum as they turn a former stretch of the Erie Canal to water once again with the repainting of arterie, a public art project that celebrates the impact of the Erie Canal on Central New York’s history. Don’t miss this opportunity to paint the streets on Saturday, June 23rd and Sunday, June 24th! Bring your friends and family (children of all ages are welcome!) and take part in this public arts project that celebrates a piece of Syracuse history!
Email Stasya Erickson at firstname.lastname@example.org if you would like to participate.
Saturday: 8 am-1 pm & 5 pm-10 pm
Sunday: 8 am-11 am, followed by a Potluck Brunch at 11 am
About arterie: arterie is a public art project led by the 40 Below Public Arts Task Force and the Erie Canal Museum. This two-block long street painting in downtown Syracuse celebrates the Erie Canal and its impact in Central New York. First installed in July 2011, the painting stretches from Clinton Sq to the intersection of Erie, Oswego, and Montgomery, the former path of the canal through Syracuse.