THE EYE

One Spark 2013

Amanda Mahan, Brie Burge, Bret Lawrence, Al Letson
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Zombies promote “Velvet Road”
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Yarn bomb
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Tribe series by Larry Wilson
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Tracy Collins
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Todd Ebeltoft’s Riverpool project
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Tim Bullard
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The Factory
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Terry Brennan's Artist Tree Studio
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T-shirt bracelets from Rethreaded
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Shara Valeski's Fur project
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SeeSAW (Savannah Art Walls) mural on Burro Bar
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etheaded
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Paul Nicholson, Jonathon Fletcher of Apod Project
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Patty Shubert, Beth Fleet of the USS Adams Navy Ship Museum
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Pandora's Box on Northbank Riverwalk
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Opiate Eyes
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MiBar
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Kona School
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Joshua Howard's Afronaut
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Joanelle Mulrain of Women in Medicine
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Jenny K. Hager's Rat Queen
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Florida Green Records Green House Recording Booth
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Fathom Sphere
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Elestial Sound’s mobile stage covered in afghans
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Elaine Damasco of Emoticoats
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Chriss Brown, Janice Pearce, Andrea Pearce
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Aurora project promotion
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Always Be Paddling Surf Co.
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An estimated 130,000 people attended the One Spark festival April 17-21 where more than 450 projects were on display. Creators pitched their ideas at about 60 venues, on several stages and around the streets of Downtown. Over the first four days of the festival, more than 40,000 people rode the Skyway, according to the Jacksonville Transportation Authority. Attendees cast more than 50,000 verified votes by smartphone app, text, Website or at one of many kiosks.

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