Sunset will get their first piece of public art ever, and it's going to be unveiled on Tuesday, May 22. The Zydeco Rubboard designed by local welder Pat Miller is a 4x6 piece of sculpture that will reside at north-west corner of Duffy Avenue and Napoleon Avenue in Sunset.

The official unveiling was at 10:00 am, and afterwards a reception was held at the Sunset Community Center, with music by Tee Don Landry and the Wayne Blue Burns Band.

Sunset is a designated Louisiana Cultural District, which means that you get a tax break when purchasing handmade goods from the local artists and artisans. The public is invited to come and and attend the festivities on Tuesday!


Video of the actual unveiling is below, and I can't wait to see it in person!

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