ALBANY, N.Y. (NEWS10) – The official installation of the first 10 sculptures for the Downtown is Pawsome placemaking exhibit is taking place on Wednesday.
The public art exhibit will feature 20 three-foot-tall sculptures based on Albany’s famous canine resident and local landmark Nipper the Dog will be on display through May 2018.
|“Een grote delft blauwe doggo”||Jessica Mansmith||Albany Heritage Area Visitors Center |
25 Quackenbush Square
|“Second Chances”||Bob Anderson||Wallenburg Park entrance | N. Pearl between Clinton Avenue & Orange Street|
|“Mark”||Sarah Bassett & Hannah McGrath||Tricentennial Park | Broadway between Steuben & Columbia Streets|
|“Scooby Doodle”||Upside Collective||Hudson River Way Pedestrian Bridge | Broadway & Maiden Lane|
|“Steampunk Nipper”||Elaine Wilson||80 State Street|
|“Bright Side”||Melanie Lucia Clarke||Albany Capital Center | Eagle & Howard Streets|
|“Almos”||Diane Cubit||S. Pearl & Howard Streets|
|“City Lines”||Mitchell Biernacki||Broadway, between Beaver Street & Hudson Avenue|
|“New Neighbor Ned”||Tim Fealey||Madison Avenue, between Grand Street & Trinity Place|
|“Tulip Festival”||Myers Middle School||Albany Coliseum | 153 S. Pearl Street|
More information, including walking tour maps, will be available on the BID’s website at downtownalbany.org/downtownispawsome on Friday, June 16th.