By Karen Campbell, Globe Correspondent | April 8, 2007
No crying over spilt milk? If you live in Brookline, don’t cry over the broken cup, either. Instead, pitch it to the creators of an imaginative arts project that soon will grace Town Hall.By doing so, you can help create the emerging work being spearheaded by mosaic artist Bette Ann Libby. Not only can you see your broken dinnerware — high-fired only, please, to withstand the weather — transformed into a new work of community art designed for the two big columns outside the Town Hall entrance, but you can also help put the mosaics together in open workshops over the next two weeks.Volunteers will help design, glue, and grout four panels, each 10 feet by 11 inches, to be mounted on two sides of each column.
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Donated ceramics may be left in a bin outside
Town Hall. For more information, contact Bette Ann Libby at
617-327-5171 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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