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  1. ArtWeek - Smiling Faces Outdoor Mosaic Mural Installation

    May 3, 2019, 9:00 AM - 3:00 PM

    Learn about the creation of "Smiling Faces," a 12'H x 54"W public art mosaic that will be installed during ArtWeek! The mosaic was designed by Natick artists Carol Krentzman and Amy Robinson Steinmetz. Carol will give a short talk about the process at 11:30 am. After the talk, you are invited to stay and watch as the installation progresses. Note that this event is weather dependent. This community mosaic has been created with recycled glass tile and unique fused glass elements, and consists of four large panels that will be installed in Natick Center. On May 3rd, the installers will be raising sca?olding outside of Fair & Yeager Insurance so that the panels can be screwed into the brick on the Court Street side of the building which is in the Natick Center Cultural District. On May 4th additional mosaic tiles will be added in order to cover the screw holes and the seams between the panels. On May 5th the areas that were led the day before will be grouted.

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  2. ArtWeek - Young or Old, Singing Lifts You, Heart & Soul

    May 3, 2019, 6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

    Golden Tones chorus (goldentones.org) and the Natick High School West Street Singers will once again join forces to create a dynamic, interactive, inter-generational vocal music event, involving everyone in the room - that means YOU. We ?rmly subscribe to the African proverb, "If you can walk, you can dance; if you can talk, you can sing," and we're prepared to prove it! This project fosters close collaboration between senior singers and high school singers in an educational exchange. The performers will integrate the conversation shared and the lessons learned together into the ?nal concert when they engage the audience in similar collaborative exercises.

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