NORFOLK, Nebraska (KTIV) – If you’ve been to the City of Norfolk recently, you may have noticed some new additions.
This summer, officials are inviting the public to visit a new attraction they hope will promote tourism in the town.
This season the city is featuring the first ever Sculpture Walk.
Artists from around the nation were asked to submit their artwork to the city.
Out of 200 submissions, 10 Midwest pieces were chosen.
Last week those pieces of art were displayed in town.
Each piece of art comes with a story which you can hear if you download a special app called Autocast.
“It picks up your GPS and I can look at it and say oh look I’m standing by a green dot what’s that mean and when I click on it it will tell you, there’s a little link that you can listen to the artist talk about their sculpture and it will show you all the different places around town,” says Angie Stenger, Sculpture Walk Committee Member.
Visitors also have the chance to pick their favorite piece of art through a peoples choice contest.
To learn more about the sculptures and where they can be found, click here.