Giant Inflatable Art

The Sprout Fund and Pittsburgh Roars are trying to get the Giant Inflatable Art Project off the ground:
The Sprout Fund and Pittsburgh Roars are making a call to local and regional residents to design larger-than-life works of temporary, inflatable public art that embody the spirit and themes of Pittsburgh Roars.

Pittsburgh Roars is a nine-month coordinated marketing initiative to promote Pittsburgh's museums, theaters, sports teams, cultural destinations and activities in 2006 in conjunction with the Carnegie Museum of Art's upcoming "Fierce Friends: Artists and Animals, 1750 to 1900" exhibition. To draw attention to Pittsburgh Roars, these exciting inflatable art objects will be placed together and individually, inside and outdoors at many different locations throughout 2006.

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