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2009-07-10MARYVILLE, MO | By: Wayman
A consulting group met with citizens and leaders all day yesterday to determine what the term "Public Art" might mean for Maryville.
Consultant John Highkin helped lead the discussion and
says contemporary art doesn't have to be abstract.
He points to one example in Kansas City, where a statue stands of a businessman blinded by his tie wrapped around his head and a shoe stuck in his mouth.
Anyone interested in carrying the public art conversation forward can contact Maryville City Hall.