Sound Wall Installation & Dedication Platform Art and Bonnet Springs Park (BSP) proudly announce the installation of the Sound Sculpture at Bonnet Springs Park. (The highly visible location along George Jenkins Blvd. [...]
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Platform Art is excited to announce plans for its next public art project in Lakeland. A sculpture design representing the sense of sound will be created and installed in the sensory garden of Bonnet Springs Park. The design and project plans were unveiled at a “Sensory Salon” art party on September 15, 2019.
Lakeland residents Jonathan Simon, MFA, and Chad Neuman, PhD, recently launched a 19-hour online drawing course on the Udemy course marketplace. The course includes sections on gesture drawing, drawing materials and mark making, line and contour drawing, structural drawing, tone or value in drawing, and drawing in perspective.
Lakeland Electric’s line workers have demonstrated their dedication and skills by winning numerous awards and competitions and deserve the appreciation of the Lakeland Community. It is most fitting and proper that the City of Lakeland set aside a special day to recognize and honor these dedicated professionals.
Platform Art, Inc. invites you to a Sensory Salon and Public Art Party for an evening of libations, entertainment, and information on our Sensory Sculpture, as we reveal the final three project concepts that have been selected for further development. You'll also have the opportunity to meet our project partners, including the artists, Becky Ault and Mike Cunningham, plus the student designers, landscape architects, and more!
Students responded to the Platform Art Sensory Sculpture public art call-for-design competition with more than 20 constructed models representing one or more of the five senses. Several sculpture designs will be selected and presented to a panel of judges this fall for additional development.