Community members created thirty-four windows for the public art project. All but one (that is too heavy for hanging and will perch in the Quiet Hut Sports window) are hanging up in Whitewater on the light poles. Students in Whitewater schools created eight of them.
WAA Co-President Linda Long said, “It was amazing to see what people thought of when ‘looking out my window’.”
A complete list of the Windows:
Download the StriveOn app to learn more about the Light Pole Art entries, see how they were created, and learn a little about the artists’ inspiration in creating their work. Open the app and tap the “Whitewater Arts Alliance” tile on the main page, then tap the “Explore” button to start the interactive tour. As you walk along and approach each light pole, your phone will notify you that you’ve arrived a stop on the tour. Tap “Learn More” to see the details for each piece of art.
From the creators of StriveOn:
“Every place has a story and the StriveOn app helps you interact with the people, places and things in the story. StriveOn is designed to engage visitors and make locations come alive. It also helps users share their experiences with friends.”
To get to the StriveOn app on: