Julia Haack in the Publix Hotel lobby

Julia Haack installing in the old Publix Hotel lobby

A new installation brightens the Publix Hotel lobby for the winter! 

It’s amazing how quickly an artwork can illuminate a dark space. During installation the artist, Julia Haack, must have been stopped a dozen times by passersby being pleasantly distracted by the colorful, patchwork-quilt-esque wooden sculptures in the windows. Check it out for yourself – we all need a little burst of light and color this time of year! 504 5th Ave S., thru March. For more information on the artist, visit www.juliahaack.com.


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Activating neighborhoods and overlooked spaces by filling vacant urban spaces with art installations, pop-up boutiques, galleries, and community groups since 2010.
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2 Responses to Julia Haack in the Publix Hotel lobby

  1. Peter Herley says:

    Wow what a inspiration would you be interested in doing a work shop
    and lecture about your work Please contact us by going to our website
    at http://www.eugenestorefrontartproject.org
    yours truly E.S.A.P Officer –
    Peter Herley

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