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PLAY ME: Pianos In Public Spaces

FRIDAY, January 8 – SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 8

San Diego has been invaded…
by a fleet of colorfully painted pianos!

We've placed them where you least expect, and you’re invited to sit down and play your heart out. You’ll see some UPtown, you’ll see some DOWNtown, you’ll can see pianos ALL AROUND! Whether it’s CHOP-sticks or CHOP-in, all that matters is that you make those keys and pedals sing!

The CW San Diego 6 Morning News recent featured Pianos in Public Spaces in a report from Liberty Station!

VoiceOfSanDiego.com recently featured Pianos in Public Spaces in their weekly "Culture Report", check it out here!

Here are your 10 Pianos in Public Spaces locations. Visit 'em (and Play 'em) through February 8!

CLICK HERE FOR DETAILED MAP OF ALL THE LOCATIONS!

Liberty Station/NTC - painted by Christie Beniston and her artist team

 

 

California Center for the Arts - painted by the advanced art class at The Classical Academy High School

 

 

The Quartyard - painted by Rosie at A Reason to Survive

 

 

Ticket Office Lobby at Symphony Towers - painted by Anna Stoa, Grace Gray-Adams and Grace Matthews

 

 

Westfield Horton Plaza - painted by the staff and residents at PATH Connections Housing

 

 

The Old Globe Courtyard at Balboa Park - painted by Sheena Rae Dowling

 

 

The Headquarters - painted by David at A Reason to Survive

 

 

Downtown Central Library - painted by young artists at The New Children's Museum

 

 

Museum of Contemporary Art SD Downtown - painted by combat veteran artists at Combat Arts

 

A note about this piano and Combat Arts

Coronado Ferry Landing - Painted by the 2nd Grad at Urban Discovery Academy