From left: Felici Asteinza, Kale Roberts and Joey Fillastre started work on the latest installation of public art along Old Main Street on Monday night. The aim of the street-applied art is to draw pedestrians from downtown to the Village of the Arts. The group is expected to work on the art installation at 9th Street West and 12th Street West from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday and Tuesday nights.
From left: Felici Asteinza, Kale Roberts and Joey Fillastre started work on the latest installation of public art along Old Main Street on Monday night. The aim of the street-applied art is to draw pedestrians from downtown to the Village of the Arts. The group is expected to work on the art installation at 9th Street West and 12th Street West from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday and Tuesday nights. Sara Nealeigh snealeigh@bradenton.com
From left: Felici Asteinza, Kale Roberts and Joey Fillastre started work on the latest installation of public art along Old Main Street on Monday night. The aim of the street-applied art is to draw pedestrians from downtown to the Village of the Arts. The group is expected to work on the art installation at 9th Street West and 12th Street West from 8 p.m. to 5 a.m. Monday and Tuesday nights. Sara Nealeigh snealeigh@bradenton.com

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