Turning Grain Silos Into Public Art

A group of local artists in Omaha, Nebraska are putting their mark on old grain elevators located right in the heart of the city, making the art pieces an Omaha fixture.

"Corny" puns abound in WebUrbanist's feature on Stored Potential, a project of Emerging Terrain, an educational non-profit research and design collaborative "operating with a mission to creatively engage the public about factors shaping the built environment."

Full Story: Stored Potential: The Art Of Omaha’s Grain Elevators

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