The city had a ribbon cutting Sunday on the outdoor garden sculpture in Heritage Park.
On Sunday, the city of Norcross debuted "TalkTalkTalk," a collection of whimsical sculptures made from salvaged AT&T telephones and their parts. Sculptor Lori Sturgess worked with students from the Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology to collaborate and create the 15 sculptures that are currently in the exhibit. Check out the photos of the art and ribbon cutting in the viewfinder above. There's also a video made by Sam Casey, a student at Greater Atlanta Christian School. Don’t miss any Norcross news. Subscribe to Norcross Patch’s free newsletter, like us on Facebook and follow us on Twitter.
The city's latest art installation, "TalkTalkTalk," is a collection of whimsical sculptures made from salvaged AT&T telephones and their parts.
Do you remember a time without cell phones? Having a phone attached to a wall down the hall? If you do, you'll be in a state of nostalgia Sunday, Jan. 13, at the ribbon cutting for "TalkTalkTalk." The new outdoor exhibit, which is located in Heritage Park in Historic Downtown Norcross, is a collection of 15 whimsical and humorous sculptures made from old AT&T telephones and their parts, salvaged from a Cemetery Street home last year. "It's something to celebrate communication, to look back to a time when we used phones that were tethered to a wall," said Lori Sturgess, curator and creator of the exhibition and former Norcross Arts Center director. "That's something a whole generation of kids will never know." After saving the phones with …