REPURPOSED PATHWAYS brings local artists to the Plaza in October for a month-long series of open-air, pop-up public art programs. Don't miss this unique opportunity to view, discuss, and buy fresh, compelling works.
The featured artist this Thursday, October 23, is Shelley Smith who creates uniquely beautiful objects – platters, vases, chandeliers, jewelry and sculptures – by repurposing 55 gallon oil drums, found chain and other small objects,Read more about her and other artists.
Light bites and beverages provided by Ink & Elm, Saba, and others. Local business will offer specials to attendees. Parking is available in the Emory University/Barnes and Noble parking deck on Oxford Rd. and is free after 7 p.m. For more parking information, see transportation.emory.edu.
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