The Wabash Lights: Bringing people into public art

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Jack C. Newell, an award-winning filmmaker, commercial director, and public art enthusiast, along with Seth Unger, a design and creative strategist, media guru and brand consultant, talked to Scott about their project The Wabash Lights.  They discussed the biggest piece of public art in Chicago’s history – an interactive light sculpture under the Wabash “L” tracks, designed by you.

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