LANSING, Mich. — Join Art in the Wild in Frandor Shopping Center, Wednesday July 10th at noon, unveiling the first installations of our “Murals on Frandor” mural series. These murals are from local artist and will be placed on the retaining wall in the parking lot just to the north of Joann Fabrics, in the Frandor. Erin Schor, chairwoman of the City of Lansing’s Art Commission, and Mayor Andy Schor will be participating in this historic event, as Art in the Wild installs their first artwork! This is an initial step in the development of a $10 million art destination, with the sole purpose of creating a public passion to protect our water resources.
Art in the Wild is a non-profit 501 3c organization, transforming greenspace in and around Frandor Shopping Center as the background canvas for at least $10 million in privately funded outdoor art and art related activities. This will engage the community on many levels, where we will be able to creatively and continuously inspire a public passion to protect our water resources. For more information on Art in the Wild please visit our website at https://www.artinthewild.org/ [artinthewild.org] or Facebook site. Please contact Melody Angel @ 989-550-1181 or firstname.lastname@example.org for more information regarding the group and their activities.
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