ESAC, Hope Community Temporary Art Exhibit
A temporary art exhibit going up in downtown Fairhope is generating quite the buzz.
 
On Friday, during a 'covert mission' local artists installed several sculptures by Betty Sue Matthews along Scenic Hwy. 98. 
 
Eastern Shore Art Center director Bryant Whelan tells FOX10 News the idea is their way of providing something to look at in an open setting during the COVID-19 pandemic. The works are also meant to prompt a conversation about art and racial unity in an engaging fun way.
 
Several volunteers helped to bring the project to fruition including members of the Hope Community.

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