Public Art!

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Exploration Badge
Part of the SummerGame2016 Game

We’re taking a break from exploring the PowerArt! boxes to allow you the opportunity to explore the plethora of other public art that surrounds us. What’s public art you say? It’s art for everyone. Often outside and accessible to all. Its size can be huge or small. It can tower fifty feet high or call attention to the paving beneath your feet. Its shape can be abstract or realistic (or both), and it may be cast, carved, built, assembled, or painted. But we can all agree that it’s one of the things that makes Ann Arbor such a great place to be. Ok, let’s go find some art!
You’ll find the first work of art at the corner of Division and Packard in beautiful Hanover Square. You’re looking for a rather large metal sculpture. Once you’ve found it, look down. There’s a metal plaque labelling this object. Your first code is the last line of text on the plaque (entered without spaces).
Now on to the next one. This one is an iconic symbol of A2 and the University of Michigan. Head on over to Regents Plaza, near the corner of Maynard and East Jefferson. You’re looking for The Cube. Once you’ve located this beauty, give it a spin. And then look to the east. There’s a low wall on which a plaque was placed giving you a bit more information about this sculpture. Your code is found on this plaque. Enter the name of the artist and the year of the class that gifted this sculpture.
Now on to the third and final work of art for this badge. Head on over to South University and State Street. Yep, it’s in front of UMMA. You’re looking for a ginormous red X aka “Orion” by Mark di Suvero. You’re looking for the metal plaque that is on the ground nearby that gives you more information about this sculpture. Your code is the text of the second line of this plaque (yep, leave out the spaces and punctuation).

160 SummerGame2016 point bonus when earned

This badge has been awarded to 200 players

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