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90.1 WABE: Interview With OCA’s Robert Witherspoon on ‘How Atlanta Makes Sure Olympic Public Art Stays Standing’

90.1 WABE, Atlanta’s NPR Radio Station, recently interviewed the Office of Cultural Affairs’ Public Art Collections Manager Robert Witherspoon regarding the maintenance of Atlanta’s ’96 Olympic public artworks.

“Public art is important because it reflects your community and it engages the community and enlightens the community,” he said. “And all great communities deserve great public art.” -Robert Witherspoon

Olympic public artwork ''Homage to King'' has become an iconic Atlanta structure.

Click here to listen to the full interview!