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Arts Council Launches Mobile Tour Of Downtown

By V.L. Craven, posted Jun 8, 2015
The Arts Council of Wilmington and New Hanover County recently launched a mobile app, which works on any Internet-connected device.

The app provides users with a map of places in downtown Wilmington with audio files of information about each location. Currently listed are 12 individual sculptures, 10 art galleries and 10 other arts-related sites or groups including WHQR, Thalian Hall and the Wilmington Symphony Orchestra.

The sculptures were installed as part of the arts council’s pedestrian art public art program in collaboration with Tri-State Sculptors, according to a press release.

The audio tour is available at the site artswilmington.toursphere.com.
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