The Film Strip Relief Sculpture

On Monday, July 29th The City of Ocala Cultural Arts department began the installation of its newest sculpture. The Film Strip Relief Sculpture at the Marion Theatre occupies the south side of the theatre and depicts some great moments in Florida’s film history. Created by artists David Huebner and Ben Sutter, the installation is yet another striking example of Ocala’s commitment to public art projects. Works like these not only enhance the community for our own citizens, but delight tourists and visitors. Our beloved Marion Theatre is an iconic landmark that has been a source of fascination for many years. The addition of the sculpture seamlessly adds to the theatre’s mystique and our vibrant downtown.

We’d love to see your photos of the sculpture, the theatre, downtown or any of the great public art installations around town. Share your love for public art with us via social media by tagging us on facebook @ocalastyle and Instagram @ocalastylemagazine.

If you’d like to learn more about Ocala’s public art partnerships and the impact they have, visit http://bit.ly/2YxIwgO

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