From the Harford County Cultural Arts Board:
The Harford County Cultural Arts Board is proud to announce a new public piano program called Be a Key Player which debuted Friday, August 6th at First Fridays in Bel Air. The idea originated in London by an artist who decorated donated pianos and placed them around the city as an art’s installation. The popular program is now a global movement that has spread to cities around the world.
Robert Titelman, a member of the Harford County Cultural Arts Board and President of Skylight Creative Ideas, Inc. brought this unique idea to the Cultural Arts Board, and through a donated piano from the Maryland Conservatory of Music; some donated space from the town of Bel Air (Bel Air Downtown Alliance) and some elbow grease needed to paint the piano bright yellow from the Cultural Arts Board the project came to fruition.
So look for the bright yellow piano at the Bel Air Barbecue Bash on Saturday, August 14th in the Mary Risteau Courthouse parking lot from 9-12:00 PM and at the Bel Air Festival for the Arts on Sunday, September 19th. For additional information regarding the Be a Key Player! Piano Project call 410-638- 3578 or go to www.culturalartsboard.org.