“We’re stoked! This is a great way to build brand awareness. But it’s an even better way for us to use granite countertops and marble countertops to get involved in the community.” Says Tony Allen, Premier Stone Services’ General Manager. “We’
The opportunity Allen refers to is the functional art installation conceptualized by Glass House Collective’s art director, Rondell Crier. Crier is a native of art-infused New Orleans. He is the former Executive Director and current Creative Director of YaYa Inc., the globally acclaimed young artists collaborative. Crier’
“This project, the first in our series, has evolved into something that we are really excited about.” Says Taylor Oertling, Marketing Director for Premier Stone Services. “At first, we were going to use granite countertop and marble countertop material to build a few vandal proof picnic tables our of granite then stick them in a vacant space. But now, it’s turned into a fantastic, community oriented art installation that will also serve a functional purpose. We can’t wait to see how the project unfolds!”
The project will be introduced to the East Chattanooga community on February 23 at the Better Block Glass Street event. The community will have time to provide insight and design suggestions. Premier Stone Services, Crier and the Glass House Collective team will reveal project results later in the spring.
Both Premier Stone Services and Glass House Collective invite the public to attend Better Block, Glass Street at the intersection of North Chamberlain and Glass Street on Saturday February 23 from 11-5pm.
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For a schedule of events and more information regarding the event, go to www.betterblockglass.com