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Tuesday, June 5, 2012

Main Street visions

Posted By on Tue, Jun 5, 2012 at 10:22 AM


StudioMain, the architecture cooperative at 1423 Main St., will display designs for Main Street by fourth-year students in the University of Arkansas's Fay Jones School of Architecture at the 2nd Friday Art Night event coming up June 8.

The designs are part of the students' comprehensive studio, directed by architect Marlon Blackwell and professor Tahar Messadi and sponsored by WER Architects. The designs are competitive; visitors to StudioMain at Friday's event (5-8 p.m.) can vote for their favorites for a People's Choice award.

The images shown here are by Patrick Templeton, Calli Verkamp, Kelsey Tucker and Rachael Rabben. The students have spent the past two semesters imagining what Main Street could look like as part of Main Street Creative Corridor planning.

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