BEST NEW ROADSIDE ATTRACTION: Art Cartopia Museum
From Westword: Talk about vroom service! Trinidad is now an officially designated Colorado Creative District, and art cars have helped put the town back on the map. It started when Trinidad denizen Rodney Wood and his friends began throwing the annual ArtoCade art-car parade on the main drag, then realized that for the event to really rev up, they needed to solve two problems: where to store the art-car collection and how to bring curious folks to Trinidad year-round. Their solution? The Art Cartopia Museum, a true roadside attraction right off I-25, which invites curious travelers to ogle the rolling art pieces and listen to a few wacky stories from the volunteer crew that runs the currently free attraction. Once you spot Joerilla, the gargantuan gorilla blow-up, you’ll know where to go.
Public support ensures outdoor ‘Blue Loop’ art project stays
From the AP: BATH TOWNSHIP, Mich. (AP) — A Michigan artist will be allowed to keep his outdoor art installation of thousands of found objects that officials ruled violated an anti-junk ordinance, after an outpouring of public support.
Bath Township officials on March 18 voted to drop the case against artist Robert Park and “The Blue Loop” — the exhibit displayed on his property along a 1,000-foot (300-meter) stretch of path, the Lansing State Journal reported.
4 Best Outdoor Art Attractions for Los Angeles Sightseeing
From Museum of Illusions: Los Angeles features a very diverse set of public art including murals, sculptures, paintings and graffiti that everyone should include in their LA sightseeing journeys. Most of these attractions are displayed on walls, in metro stations and outside of museums in Los Angeles. Long summer days in the city means more time for outdoor sightseeing when you know what places to look. Here are four of the best known outdoor art attractions for sightseeing in the city of Los Angeles.
13 New Outdoor Art Installations to Check Out in NYC this April 2019!
From Untapped Cities: Although it may not feel like it, spring has officially sprung. Get outside and enjoy the warm weather by visiting these new outdoor art installations, festivals, and exhibitions. From experiencing the newly opened Hudson Yards to watching a live stream of Earth from space on the Lower East Side, read more for not to miss art this month in New York City!
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