The Energy Loop, Asheville’s first public art sculpture, is set to be returned to downtown on Saturday after sitting in storage for years.
In their June 23 meeting — the last before a month-long break — the Buncombe County Board of Commissioners passed a $327 million budget, a 911 agreement between the city and county and signed off on a new location for the Energy Loop sculpture.
The running debate over a new site for Asheville’s first public-art piece, Dirck Cruser‘s Energy Loop, may finally be coming to an end. The city’s Public Art Board has wholeheartedly endorsed placing the wavy strip of black steel in the center of a new plaza created adjacent to Buncombe County’s new parking deck and the […]
The running debate over a final resting spot for the Energy Loop sculpture, Asheville’s first public art piece, may be finally coming to an end.
Asheville’s first public art piece, uprooted two years ago, may wind up close to where it started if Asheville’s Public Art Board has its way.