A series of panels featuring miniature images of the entrants for the pieces of art that will eventually wrap downtown and west Olympia traffic boxes is on display for public vote near the city’s Parks, Arts & Recreation Office in the Olympia Center at 222 Columbia Street NW during their business hours.
A series of panels featuring miniature images of the entrants for the pieces of art that will eventually wrap downtown and west Olympia traffic boxes is on display for public vote near the city’s Parks, Arts & Recreation Office in the Olympia Center at 222 Columbia Street NW during their business hours. Steve Bloom Staff photographer
A series of panels featuring miniature images of the entrants for the pieces of art that will eventually wrap downtown and west Olympia traffic boxes is on display for public vote near the city’s Parks, Arts & Recreation Office in the Olympia Center at 222 Columbia Street NW during their business hours. Steve Bloom Staff photographer

Cast your vote by Friday for art for Olympia’s traffic boxes

July 27, 2015 02:11 PM

UPDATED July 30, 2015 05:45 AM

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