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Go On a Free Trolley Tour of Chicago's Sculptures

By Heather Cherone | September 25, 2015 6:12am
 "Scrape" by  Dusty Folwarczny  was installed in the Jefferson Park Business District and "Crossing V" by Christopher Newman was installed in the Six Corners Shopping District.
Sculptures Installed in Jefferson Park, Portage Park As Part of Exhibit
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PORTAGE PARK — Art lovers can take a trolley tour Oct. 10 of the works of art on display as part of the Chicago Sculpture Exhibit.

The sculpture festival, which is designed to bring art to Chicago's neighborhoods, includes the Far Northwest Side for the second year in a row, organizers said.

The free, three-hour tour will start at 3 p.m. at the National Veterans Art Museum, 4041 N. Milwaukee Ave.

Gale Street Inn will provide appetizers at the event.

The tour will include:

• The Ed Paschke Art Center, which features two massive Zhou Brother sculptures outside its front entrance

The Jefferson Park Transit Center, where a statue of former President Thomas Jefferson greets commuters

• "Portage" by Ted Sitting Crow Gardner outside Sears at Six Corners

• "Scrape" by Dusty Folwarczny at Lawrence and Milwaukee avenues

• Christopher Newman's "Crossing V" outside the Klee Building at Six Corners.

The Chicago Sculpture Exhibit was founded in 2002, and focused on Lincoln Park and Lakeview before expanding its focus to the entire city in 2012.

For more information, call 312-772-2872 or email chicagosculptureexhibit@gmail.com.

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