- Associated Press - Wednesday, June 3, 2015

GRAND HAVEN, Mich. (AP) - An interactive art display in downtown Grand Haven is offering people a chance to share their life goals.

The Grand Haven Tribune reports (https://bit.ly/1Fu7uxA ) that Brad Fisher, an area attorney, made the piece with his girlfriend, Erin Turrell. The 32-foot-long display has lines that begin “Before I die I want to” followed by empty lines. People can write their thoughts in chalk.

It was put up recently and the lines filled up quickly. A dedication ceremony for the display is planned for Friday evening.

Artist Candy Chang created the first such wall on an abandoned house in her New Orleans neighborhood in 2011 and hundreds of similar walls have gone up around the world. Fisher and Turrell organized the Grand Haven display after a visit to New Orleans.


Information from: Grand Haven Tribune, https://www.grandhaventribune.com



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