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Trumpeting a Decade - Revealing the Heart of a City Through Public Art, just released by Art Spaces, Inc.

Featuring a stunning array of photographs by Fran Lattanzio and Austen Leake. The 108 page 10" x 10" hardbound book, designed by artist Sala Wong, celebrates Terre Haute's growing collections of unique outdoor sculptures and demonstrates the city's increasing presence as a vital arts and cultural center.

To purchase the book, stop by the Art Spaces office at 669 Ohio Street or Barnes and Noble at ISU, 25 N. 4th Street, both located in downtown Terre Haute. You may also purchase through Pay Pal account or by credit card here: "Buy Trumpeting a Decade Now"


The Dreiser Legacy:  Courage in Language and Thought

Terre Haute, Indiana is the birthplace of Theodore Dreiser (1871-1945) a world-renowned writer long considered the "Father of American Naturalism." Art Spaces, Inc. will commemorate Dreiser and his literary works with a new public sculpture that will become part of the Terre Haute Cultural Trail, adding to a collection of unique works of public art that are revitalizing the downtown and other parts of the city. The sculpture will be located adjacent to the north entrance of Vigo County Public Library, which is a partner on the project. Excerpts from Dreiser's writings will be included at the site.

 The project relies on donations from individuals, groups, corporations, and foundations. Art Spaces welcomes contributions in any amount . Gifts of $500 or higher will be acknowledged on a permanent plaque at the location.

Contributions are fully tax deductible. To donate by credit card or with a Pay Pal account click Contribute to the Dreiser Project You may also send a check made payable to Art Spaces and mail it to 669 Ohio Street, Terre Haute, IN 47807.

For more information contact Mary Kramer, Art Spaces Executive Director, at 812-235-2801 or write









Image: "Evanescent Trumpets" courtesy of the Fran Lattanzio.




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