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Rochester to put spotlight on public art

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Local artists say they’re excited about the potentials impact of the city’s plan to install roughly 10 new pieces of public art around Rochester.

Rochester plans to fund the installations using a $5,625 grant it recently received from the New Hampshire State Council on the Arts, $5,000 from the Economic Development Department’s community services budget, and a $2,500 in-kind donation that represents city planning staff’s time on the project.

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