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City utilizes Marlborough Public Schools’ permanent art collection

City utilizes Marlborough Public Schools’ permanent art collection

COMMUNITY ADVOCATE – Mayor Arthur Vigeant recently recognized local students for their artistic contributions to the city’s Electrical Box Project. Eight decorated electrical boxes have been installed cross the city since the project launched in 2018 to highlight talent within the community.

Boston artist Franklin Marval of Cyanta Studios scanned individual pieces to create an adhesive wrap to adhere to city-owned electrical boxes in strategic locations. At this time, three of the boxes reflect the artwork of Marlborough students: “Cow” by Alyssa O’Leary sits at the corner of Pleasant and Elm streets; “Owls” by Khazana Aziz Walter and Parker White, is at the intersection of Union and Bolton streets; and “Sunflowers” by Sharonn Lopez, is across from the Target on Donald Lynch Boulevard.

Click here to read the full article by Cindy Zomar.

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