WATER FINDS A WAY
Water Finds A Way Community Labyrinth
September 18 - November 18, 2015, Perkins Plaza at City Hall, 141 North Glendale Avenue
Visit and walk through Water Finds A Way, a temporary art installation highlighting the significance of water. This unique collaboration between AFTA and local artists Chris Ghantous and William Stranger was created using reclaimed wood, stone filled Earthknit, glass mulch, and includes a solar powered “water” element in the center. It is a featured installation in AFTA’s YOU ARE HERE temporary public art series curated specifically for the City of Glendale. The series is supported by the City of Glendale and the Glendale Arts & Culture Commission with funding from the Urban Art Program. Watch a GTV6 video about Water Finds A Way.
“The Water Finds A Way Public Art Installation is a very unique way for our residents to learn and appreciate this valuable resource and what must be done to make sure we have enough water to supply our residents for many more years to come,” stated Steve Zurn, General Manager of Glendale Water & Power.
Arts and Culture Commission
c/o Library, Arts & Culture
222 East Harvard Street
Glendale, CA 91205
Jennifer Fukutomi-Jones, Arts & Culture Administrator, at firstname.lastname@example.org