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"Satellite Park" at the Duke Arts Annex

Duke University has a facility called the Arts Annex tucked away in a lightly traveled area of Durham. The site is free to students, who can use the space to let their "inner artist" create. We stumbled across the location and were intrigued, especially by the art work in the last photos. There you will see what the students did with some decommissioned satellite dishes. I love it!


 

 


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32 comments:

  1. Yes, great art work from the students. Thanks for the link again Sue. Enjoy your week.

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  2. A wonderful way to recycle material and make beautiful and colorful art! The satellite dishes looked like large wildflowers.

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  3. The satellite dish art is very original and beautiful.

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  4. The artwork looks amazing, love it..

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  5. Those are the most beautiful satellites I've ever seen!

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  6. Thank you so much for the reminder to come and link up! I haven't been by in such a long time, but I do have a wonderful first post from Paris, France for you!! Decided not to share my Eiffel Tower photo since I feel sometimes it is overdone, but instead to share some yummy desserts from a bakery! (#24)

    Enjoy,
    Barb :)

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  7. Love this! I don't notice the dish. I see just beautiful art.

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  8. THat's great - and turning something that's ugly into something a bit special!

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  9. What a fantastic idea, we only have a few satellites here and there in NZ but maybe people should decorate them too.

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  10. Some remarkable art on those discarded satellite dishes. Great idea!

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  11. Great to have a space for the students to let their "inner artist" create. Beautiful art. Oh yes, I love the paintings on the satellite dishes.

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  12. That's great, Amazing art works

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  13. Cool artworks! And a great ideas to give them a place for creativity.
    Greetings from Germany

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  14. Love the satellite dish art!
    How extraordinary!

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  15. oh I really love those satellite dishes! I do love seeing art projects and street art like this. Stay safe, enjoy your week, and thank you again for the link up.

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  16. That is so cool!
    Thanks for hosting!

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  17. What a nice idea! People a very ingenious in coloring the antennas!
    Thank you for sharing these!
    Have a serene week!

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  18. What a fantastic way to add some life to an otherwise ugly satellite dish! Creative for sure!

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  19. Satellite dishes can be an eye sore, but someone talented turned them into art!!
    Thank you for hosting!

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  20. The satellite dishes are super!

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  21. Way cool. I love this idea.

    Thank you for hosting the Wordless Wednesday Blog Hop.

    Have a fabulous Wordless Wednesday and rest of the week. ♥

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  22. The satellite dishes are fun to view!

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  23. Wow! Those satelite dishes are incredble!

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  24. What a neat space for the students to exercise their creativity! I love the satellite dish with the cardinal on it. :)

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  25. I think it is very creative and beautiful and gives young artists the opportunity to make their designs officially and not in hidden places where often taggers are smearing their designs on the wall.

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  26. Love the fun finds. Things like these are what we love to run across.

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  27. Now that is so very cool. Love all of them.

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  28. So lovely! I haven't been to the Raleigh/Durham area in several years but have visited Duke twice. I will have to keep in mind P.S. I couldn't "sign in" using my normal browser and had to use Chrome to comment. I hope this isn't a change that is going to be rolled out to all Blogger blogs (like mine). Alana ramblinwitham.blogspot.com

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