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The Scavenger hunt is on: "100 Tiny Things" invades Charlotte

The CIAF presents 100 Tiny Things

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This morning our coverage of the Charlotte International Arts Festival continued.  Joining us today to talk about "100 Tiny Things" were Kelle Stall and Annie Koch.

"100 Tiny Things" is one of the feature events at the Charlotte International Art Festival.  "100 Tiny Things" is one part surprise, one part scavenger hunt for everyone walking through uptown between the Blumenthal’s two largest theaters: the Belk and the Knight. If they are making their way to the festival, or even if they’re commuting to work, "100 Tiny Things" are playful, curious and delightfully disruptive installations that are a joy to stumble upon, and encourage the public to explore the larger footprint of CIAF, as well as begin to see their city in through new eyes. From googly eyes, to mini-murals, to small sculptures, we are inviting public awareness with a giggle. Your tiny things will encourage people to slow down, and enjoy small creative art.  The "100 Tiny Things" runs Now – Oct 02.  The exact location revealed at CharlotteArtFest.com.

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