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Posted on: March 10, 2020

[ARCHIVED] View the City of Dublin's Newest Public Art Project: "A Chair to Remember"

The City of Dublin is proud to present its newest public art installation: "A Chair to Remember."  The community is invited to view these 20 Adirondack chairs, beautifully painted by local artists, at Dublin Civic Center (100 Civic Plaza), March 12-15.  Beginning Monday, March 16, the chairs will be displayed individually and in pairs throughout Dublin at select businesses and City facilities.  An online auction will be launched during the display period, and those interested in owning a chair will have the opportunity to place a bid.  The chairs will be collected and displayed one last time at Splatter on Saturday, September 12, at Emerald Glen Park. 

For a preview of the chairs and to find the chair locations, please view:  "Chair to Remember" brochure.

Cover of "A Chair to Remember" Brochure

As you take a tour of the chair locations, be sure to take a picture with your favorite chairs and use the social media hashtags: #achairtoremember #newamericanbackyard #dublinca

View "A Chair to Remember" Brochure