A kinetic sculpture of “wings” that will rise and fall in the wind has won a contest to decorate the side of the Corrigan Station parking garage at 19th and Walnut streets in the Kansas City Crossroads Arts District.
A kinetic sculpture of “wings” that will rise and fall in the wind has won a contest to decorate the side of the Corrigan Station parking garage at 19th and Walnut streets in the Kansas City Crossroads Arts District. Joe Munson Studios
A kinetic sculpture of “wings” that will rise and fall in the wind has won a contest to decorate the side of the Corrigan Station parking garage at 19th and Walnut streets in the Kansas City Crossroads Arts District. Joe Munson Studios

Art project will ‘fly in the wind’ outside a Crossroads parking garage

April 11, 2017 12:19 PM

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