Strathcona County have unveiled a brand new community arts project.
 
On Canada Day, residents were invited to help paint a piano with the help of Alberta artist Karlie Christie.
 
From July 11 until the end of August, [email protected] will have the decorated street piano outside for residents to use.
 
"We hope it will be a community gathering place," said Barb Chapman, public arts coordinator.
 
Street pianos are trending world-wide as an opportunity for people to connect and enjoy music.
 
After August, the piano will be moved into the Community Centre’s Agora for year-round enjoyment.
 
 
 

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