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North Fulton Neighbor Feature: Roswell Arts Fund and Bike Roswell unique spin on sculpture tour returns on Sept. 15
North Fulton Neighbor – Lindsay Moscarello Roswell Arts Fund and Bike Roswell will ride again for the ArtAround Roswell bike tour on Sept. 15. ArtAround Roswell is a collection of sculptures featured throughout the city. Riders will have the opportunity to “hear the stories behind the (featured) sculptures and the artists who created them.”
The event will allow residents to learn more about the sculptures around the city and the artists who created them. By Kristal Dixon, Patch Staff | Sep 5, 2018 12:12 pm ET | Updated Sep 5, 2018 2:22 pm ET ROSWELL, GA — Residents who like to get around Roswell on their bikes are invited to a special tour of public
Roswell Arts Fund collaborates with Play Me Again Pianos to bring first restored piano to East Roswell Park
-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
From the Blog
I’m not an artist, but I am an art lover. So, when I heard about the Public Piano project at East Roswell Park, I wanted to see it for my own eyes. I visited the community center on June 28th and met with the artist, Amol Saraf and his wife, Alpana (who is also
I grew up in a musical household. My mother played piano and sang, and both of my parents loved classical music. I was lucky to have a piano and take lessons, even though I complained that it took away from my time to play outside with my friends. My next door neighbors also had a
As Catherine Storey stands in the lobby of Synovus Bank with Roswell Arts Fund Development Director Heidi Speckhart, they witness true community connection through the arts. Local business owner Tolbert Yilmaz studies the newly installed artwork in the lobby as a part of the Roswell Visitor and Convention Bureau’s Azalea Festival. As he studies one
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