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Updated June 29 at 5:40 PM CST:  Joplin city officials were at the city's rebuilt Cunningham Park today to unveil details of a special project called "Art in the Park."

For a $20 to $60 donation residents can share a photo of their choice that will be included in a collage mural on the Cunningham Pool house.

A "ghost" art image will be put over that collage.  That ghost art image is being done by students in MSSU's graphic design program.

"This is just a great gathering place - as great as the pool is now, with all of the fun stuff they've got going on, we knew that this would be a highly visible area," says Cameo Gerdes of the Joplin Cultural Affairs Committee.

Residents are asked to vote on one of the designs.

To see the designs and place your vote, visi www.Joplincc.com/tilemuralproject.htm.

Posted June 29, 2012 at 3:40 PM CST:  News release from the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce

 

Joplin, MO --Working with Images in Tile and Missouri Southern State University's Graphic Design Department, the Joplin Area Chamber of Commerce Cultural Affairs Committee will begin its next Art in Public Spaces project on July 29th. With a $20, $40 or $60 donation, community members will be able to provide a photo of their choice to be included in the collage mural that will be installed on the front of the Cunningham Pool House. In addition, a ghost art image will be applied over the collage. Three ghost art designs have been provided by students in MSSU's Graphic Design program and the community will have the opportunity to vote on their favorite.

View the designs and vote for your favorite at www.Joplincc.com/tilemuralproject.htm.  Individuals may also order their photo space at this same web address.

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