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BACK FROM NORTH FLORIDA, WPBFR ASST. CHIEF BLOOMFIELD TO SHARE INSIGHTS FROM HURRICANE MICHAEL

The City of West Palm Beach has deployed a total of 31 employees from WPBFR, Public Utilities, and Fleet to North Florida to provide support in the areas of preparedness, rescue and recovery.

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MAYOR MUOIO, CITY OF WEST PALM BEACH TO RECOGNIZE UNITY WEEK

Mayor Muoio will officially declare the week Unity Week with a proclamation at a meeting of the City Commission at City Hall on October 22, 2018 at 5 p.m.

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ARTIST DAAS SELECTED FOR KAYE STREET WATER TANK PROJECT
The mission of the City of West Palm Beach Art in Public Places (AiPP) Program is to foster public artworks that inspire creativity, promote city pride, engage local artist, attract and entertain tourists, and reflect the City’s diverse culture and communities.
WEST PALM BEACH, FLA. (September 25, 2018) -- The City of West Palm Beach’s Art in Public Places Committee is pleased to announce Florida and Japan-based visual artist Daas for the Kaye Street Water Tank Project. Daas was selected through a national Call to Artist. Daas is a professional artist with over 17 years of experience.  He has painted site-specific large-scale murals in the US, Portugal, Japan, China, Nepal, Jordan and the Dominican Republic.  In each project he brings his unique style that incorporates cubist and abstract elements punctuated with vibrant colors.  His artwork mirrors the ancient art form of origami balancing color and design.  The artist is known for his representation of animals, insects and humans in geometric colorful shapes. 
 
The Kaye Street Water tank is located at 4400 Parker Avenue, a busy thoroughfare a few miles south of downtown West Palm Beach, the Convention Center, and CityPlace. To the west is Dreher Park and to the east Flagler Drive and the Intracoastal Waterway.  The neighboring community requested an artwork that would bring a unique element to their neighborhood and visually enhance the surrounding area.  Daas will work closely with the Dreher Park Neighborhood Association to create a final design, which will be presented to City Commission for final approval. 
 
To view examples of Daas’ work, please visit his website: https://artist-daas.com/murales. For more information about the Kaye Street Water Tank Project, please contact Sybille Welter, AiPP Coordinator at scwelter@wpb.org.
 
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About the Art in Public Places (AiPP) Program: The mission of the City of West Palm Beach Art in Public Places (AiPP) Program is to foster public artworks that inspire creativity, promote city pride, engage local artist, attract and entertain tourists, and reflect the City’s diverse culture and communities.