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#MyGlendalePublicArt Instagram Selfie Campaign!

To help promote public art, the City of Glendale is inviting and encouraging those who live, work, and play in Glendale to:

1. Visit one of twenty The Word on the Street signs created by Scott Froschauer,

2. Capture their visit with a selfie

3. Follow @MyGlendale on Instagram; and

4. Share it on social media with the hashtag #MyGlendalePublicArt

for a chance to enter a prize drawing for the ultimate Glendale gift bag*.

The contest begins today, November 7th and ends on Thursday, November 30th. A winner will be selected and contacted via direct message on Instagram within 24 hours.

To learn more about Artist Scott Froschauer and his The Word on the Street installations, please click here.

See the map below to discover sign locations in parks and libraries throughout the City of Glendale!

*Prize winner must pick items up from Glendale City Hall, 613 E. Broadway, Suite 200, Glendale, CA.

About the artist: Scott Froschauer is a experimental artist and art fabricator in Los Angeles. His background consists of a structured education in Engineering, Photography, Computer Programming and Business. He earned a B.A. in Theoretical Linguistics from Syracuse University and has broad practical experience in Fabrication, Design, Non-ordinary Reality, Experiential Narrative, Venture Capital, Counterfeiting and Breathing. His background in the motion picture industry as a Key Grip has given him the skills to rapidly deploy large engineering projects for television shows, feature films, commercials and music videos. His fine artwork covers a broad range of subjects and materials from ephemeral street art and experiential narrative events to gunpowder illustration and alternative technique photography to practical sculpture and many large scale pieces for the Burning Man Festival, including the fabrication of The Church Trap, a large scale sculpture which was featured in numerous publications. Scott also fabricated RuckusRoots’ 2015 Wild Art sculpture, for the LA Zoo.

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