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PHOTOS: Bursting in Air: public art, music and more

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Posted on: July 26, 2014

BY REBECCA BENNETT — Hyattsville Life & Times staff spent the day at Bursting in Air in the parking lot next to Franklin’s.

It was a celebration of public art with the theme of the the 200th Anniversary of the March Across Prince George’s County, the War of 1812.

Entertainment included Blue Key Puppet Theatre, Arachne Aerial Arts, 1814: The War of 1812 Rock Opera.

Murals on the bridge were painted by Lordants, Aurthur Kwon Lee and The Studio 33.  Two original paint-by-numbers murals were on hand so that attendees could get in on the action.

Here is the story of the event in pictures:





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