GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) - People who can tickle the ivories will especially enjoy one ofthis year's ArtPrize exhibits.
A London artist is bringing his work to the streets of GrandRapids for the fall competition. Luke Jerram unveiled his idea nearRosa Parks Circle Tuesday morning.
His work, titled "Play Me, I'm Yours," will allow passersby tosit down and play 20 pianos located throughout the downtown area.His main venue during the event will be at the Urban Institute forContemporary Arts.
Jerram has placed pianos in cities throughout the worldincluding Sydney, Australia and São Paulo, Brazil, and will bein New York City during the end of June and beginning of July.
ArtPrize artists can register until June 17. The event will takeplace September 22 to October 10, with $449,000 in prizes, and$250,000 for first place.
Scroll to the bottom to watch a YouTube video of Play Me I'mYours in London
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