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Isabel Gates Webster To Be Honored By City Of Atlanta With Sculpture

 Wednesday, March 3 @ 12:30pm 


“Yes, We Can,” designed by sculptor Robert D. Clements notes the life of

Isabel Gates Webster, an African-American attorney noted for unprecedented legal accomplishments.





Date:                                       Wednesday, March 3, 2010

Time:                                      12:30pm

Sculpture Location:              Isabel Gates Webster Park, 275 Peyton Road, SW Atlanta, GA 30311

Reception Location:             Peyton Forest Elementary School, 301 Peyton Road, SW Atlanta, GA 30311


(ATLANTA) - The City of Atlanta Office of Cultural Affairs will host the dedication of Yes We Can, a public art installation by Georgia sculptor Robert Clements on Wednesday, March 3, 2010 at 12:30pm. The installation, located in Isabel Gates Webster Park, is the fifth of six commissions installed as part of the City of Atlanta’s Public Art Program Community Gateway Project.


“Yes, We Can” enlisted students from Atlanta’s Peyton Forest Elementary School (adjacent to the park) to design and paint 250 of the sculpture’s ceramic tiles.


The sculpture is listed under the City of Atlanta’s “Community Gateway Project” and represents the installation of public artworks in five distinct communities. New public art was installed in Adair I, Cleopas R. Johnson, Isabel Gates Webster, South Bend and Southside Parks.







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