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A new face at Federal Plaza

Posted: January 27, 2014 - 3:40pm

A bronze sculpture of a young girl and a bird near flight was installed at Federal Plaza, the home of the Post Office and the Log Cabin Democrat on Main Street in Conway, early Monday. 

The girl is one of half a dozen sculptures by New York artist Randolph Rose purchased last year by the city in partnership with Conway Alliance for the Arts and the Downtown Partnership.

See other sculpture installations near Toad Suck Square, at Simon Park and in front of First Security Bank on Front Street. 

The sculptures are of children and were chosen to represent Conway's education emphasis and the role children will play in the city's future. 

 

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c'mon man
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c'mon man 01/28/14 - 09:43 am
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Any idea

How much these cost? And, where did the money come from?

Courtney Spradlin
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Courtney Spradlin 01/28/14 - 09:49 am
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Here's the story before the

Here's the story before the council voted. Haven't seen the one where it was approved. I can find that agenda, I'm sure.

http://thecabin.net/news/local/2013-02-09/council-consider-art-public-pl...

c'mon man
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c'mon man 01/28/14 - 09:57 am
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Thank you!

Thanks Courtney.

fdsjfsdjfsda543543543
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fdsjfsdjfsda543543543 01/29/14 - 02:19 am
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I enjoy seeing these downtown

I enjoy seeing these downtown but I hope they are well secured. I suspect it is only a matter of time before they get stolen or vandalized.

Vandalism is a big problem in our parks already. The bicycle repair stand along the Tucker Creek trail has been basically destroyed.

People have no respect for public spaces.

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