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It’s July 4!

We got this announcement from Brian Wallace at the Galleries at Moore and thought, poifect–or prefcet–for the occasion (he probably was having the same thought, but we don’t mind being used if it’s good, and this is):

Temporary Allegiance public art project on Philadelphia’s Logan Square July through September:

SUBMIT YOUR FLAG
WE’LL FLY IT FOR ONE WEEK

Flags submitted by members of the public will be flown, one week at a time, from a second story flagpole on the front of Moore College of Art & Design overlooking Logan Square in Philadelphia (image, from flag video by Kocot and Hatton).

This space is open to anyone in the greater Philadelphia area to use for one week. Visible contact information for the author of every weekly flag at street level encourages dialogue between the flagmaker and viewers.

Go here for details on this project and another that requests hair donations. Check it out, too. Individuals are invited to sign up for a week of flagpole time.

“Temporary Allegiance” is a public project presented by the Galleries at Moore College of Art & Design in collaboration with Philip von Zweck and Gallery 400 at the University of Illinois at Chicago.

Happy independence day.

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