Art Spaces wants public feedback on new downtown signs

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TERRE HAUTE, Ind. – It’s Friday and the first in June which means there was a celebration in downtown Terre Haute tonight.

Tonight’s First Friday was a fit one and the 40 / 41 Arts and Cultural District took the opportunity to ask for public feedback.

They want to know the public’s take on their branding for the newly designated state cultural district.   People were encouraged to stop by one of the locations where 40 / 41 representatives were stationed while they walked downtown for First Friday. Representatives were given feedback by the public on the designs and sign styles that will be at the ISU Hulman Center, Cherry Street, Hilton Garden Inn and many other downtown spots.

“We have a lot of amazing cultural and arts entities and businesses and all kinds of terrific stuff and to have not only people who live here but visitors that come to our community will have an easy way to find their way around,” Mary Kramer, executive director of Art Spaces said.

The organization, 40 / 41 also had a survey for kids tonight to fill out and let them know what their favorite thing is to do downtown. The organization said that was also great feedback.

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