I like public art
Heather Parker
contemporary artist
Oct 2011: Everyone in the community was invited to create a work of art on a 1'x1' square and
donate it to the One by One Project.

For one year: We displayed them in public buildings all over Panama City to spread the
message: One by one we can change the world, make a difference, do good, have an impact,
solve a problem, and help others.

Over 200 pieces were donated- by children, teens, adults, people with disabilities, homeless
people, emerging artists, professional artists, senior citizens, and more.

Now: This public art project closed on Tues, 16 April 2013 with a Silent Auction & Reception
for One By One Project & Empty Bowl at CityArts, 318 Luverne, Downtown PC.  All proceeds
benefited Chautauqua's efforts to combat hunger and poverty in our community.
Join Public Art in Panama City to share ideas
about public art.
Monkey Production Party
April 13, 2013   10am - 6pm
CityArts, donations accepted
Downtown Monkey Invasion!
June 8, 2013     Time TBA
Flor 500 is a statewide participatory art, nature & history
project coordinated by Miami artist Xavier Cortada.

Bay County is Region 1.
I chose the String Lily and
created a painting
inspired by the flower.

All Region 1 Artists are invited to
exhibit at 2 venues in Bay County

July 2013: Library on 11th
Aug 2013: Amelia Tapper Gallery

Get with me if you want to exhibit
and check out the
Call to Artists
for more info.
Gulf Coast State College is getting in on the action with their Ponce Plantation: community garden.
all images and content copyright heather parker 2013
heather parker PO Box 93 Panama City Florida 32402
850-249-9295      heather@painterparker.com
I like public art
Read the article at panamacity.com about public art & all this monkey business. Hooray!

See photos of the monkey invasion.
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