INTERNATIONAL ART ADVENTURE with
PIPE DREAMS. NJ merges with THE GREAT PIPE DREAM, New Zealand
and takes off down Main Street, Milltown on a 37 ft long float in the 4th of July
parade. Sponsored by Visual Arts League, featuring works using PVC pipes from New Jersey, Minnesota, Florida,
Oklahoma, Texas, North Carolina, New York, Pennsylvania and countries around the world: New Zealand, Russia,
Hungary, Japan, India, France, Canada, and Iceland. It is a collection of works from digital and
traditional artists and school children, including an 8ft high piece created by the children from East Brunswick’s
Camp Daisy with their teacher, Janis Scelsa.. Nine New Zealand Schools have created various fantasy representations
of plants from plastic, purple piping.The show has already visited Lincoln Center’s Cork Gallery last December,
and been at Brunswick Square Mall in East Brunswick for the month of April. In May it has been at The Stone Museum
in Jamesburg, NJ. The show is aiming for Tulsa, Oklahoma, the Kendall Whittier School, the Gilcrease Museum and a
sculpture park running along the river through Tulsa!
VAL- Thinking globally, working locally!
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or call 732-254-7611.