SUMMER PUBLIC ART

May 19 - Sept. 21, 2017

LIVE AUCTION

SEPTEMBER 23, 2017

 

LIVE AUCTION Sept. 23, 2017
at the St. Joseph Wine Festival & Public Art Auction at Whirlpool Centennial Park.
All bids start at $500 or the figure’s highest Silent Auction bid. Highest bid wins!

 

SILENT AUCTION
Send your bid to ssolon@sjcity.com.
Include the name of the art you want (see the list of sculptures), your contact information and bid amount. All silent auction bids start at $500. Silent Auction ends at midnight, Sept. 22, 2017.
Email a $1,500 offer on your favorite fish or shark art piece before 11:59pm Sept. 22 and it’s automatically yours!
For more information visit facebook.com/stjoepublicart.

EVERYONE WILL BE FISHING FOR FUN

14th ANNUAL OUTDOOR ART EXHIBIT MAY 19-SEPT. 21, 2017

 

ST. JOSEPH, MICH. (Nov. 16, 2016) — There will be something fishy about St. Joseph, Mich., next summer. It’ll be the city’s 14th annual outdoor art exhibit, “Fishing for Fun in St. Joseph,” featuring 20 fish and shark sculptures painted by regional artists. This popular downtown event opens May 19 and runs through Sept. 21.


“We’ve planned a 'reel' good time all summer long,” said Susan Solon, St. Joseph communications and marketing manager. “You’ll get hooked on this art right from our unveiling on May 19 from 5:30 to 8 p.m.” Solon said starting opening day the city will offer fish finders to help visitors locate each sculpture. They can be picked up at the St. Joseph Welcome Center, 301 State St., or online at StJosephPublicArt.com.


Several area sponsors, including the St. Joseph Improvement Association, make the event possible.


For more information contact Susan Solon at (269) 983-5541 or ssolon@sjcity.com.

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You can get to the City of St. Joseph Public Art exhibit as easily as hopping into your car, catching an Amtrak train, arriving by boat, or taking a plane. By car we are only 90 minutes from Chicago and a little more than three hours from Detroit and Indianapolis.

When you arrive, stop by the St. Joseph Today Welcome Center. We will give you a free guide to all the figures, plus all the information you need about our art galleries, cafes, renowned golf courses, farm markets, places to stay … and sandy beaches that bring out the kid in everyone.

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700 Broad St. | St. Joseph, MI 49085