-Roswell Arts Fund has partnered with Play Me Again Pianos nonprofit to bring “Zoey” to East Roswell Park on Aug. 18.
The ribbon cutting will take place at 2 p.m. at the park’s recreation center.
The unveiling of Roswell’s first artist designed street piano, has been donned “Zoey,” meaning “life.”
It was designed by local artist, Amol Saraf, “to show the beauty of nature and as a celebration of life,” said the release.
“I feel our life is so beautiful because of the variety of colors around us and because of the different people, cultures, climates, and geographical locations that exist around the world”, said Saraf.
The unveiling of “Zoey” will be Play Me Again’s 19th public piano.
According to the release, “the community is invited to attend the ribbon-cutting ceremony.”
“Street pianos are a catalyst for creating conversation, activating spaces, and bringing out smiles. Roswell Arts Fund is thrilled to sponsor and bring the first street piano to Roswell, and expand our public art collection,” said Roswell Arts Fund Chair Rochelle Mucha.
A short performance is planned for the ceremony, after which, “Zoey” will be open for everyone to play.