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Volunteers of the Public Art Corps helped put paintings of fiddles on the sidewalks before the annual Fiddle Fest last week.


Springville Center for the Arts’ Public Art Corps (PAC) was busy last week installing a variety of fiddles and music notes on the sidewalks connecting Fiddler’s Green Park and Heritage Park.
“I want to thank the Fiddlefest for supplying us with the paint, as well as the Historic Preservation Committee and the Village of Springville for approving our project,” said Claire Wrazin, SCA’s Visual Arts intern and the designer of the fiddle art.
Earlier this summer, Wrazin and PAC volunteers installed an ocean design on the spray park cement pad. Wrazin can also be found at the free art tent “SPARK in the Park” on Thursday evenings in Heritage park during the free summer concert series, Thursdays, Downtown.
Continuing the mini-mural project from last year is next up on the PAC’s schedule.
In 2018, “mini-murals” were installed at six locations in the village. Wrazin is working on designs and locations for this year’s murals. The project is pending approval from the appropriate committees.
“We have already found some potential locations, but we would love to hear from any property owners that are interested in having a mural installed,” said Tracy Maybray, Director of Operations at Springville Center for the Arts.
For more information, call the arts center at 592-9038.