Public art nerds, take note. Local performing arts mavens Tania Katan and Katie McFadzen are boarding buses on the morning of Sunday, May 3, joined by fellow fans of public art, for a one-day, seven-city tour of public art works.
Participants will get to see more than a dozen works created for IN FLUX Cycle 5, the latest iteration of a public art program started by Scottsdale Public Art in 2010. Most works are on view through October, but this is your only chance to experience them with a bus full of fellow art lovers and shenanigan-prone chaperones McFadzen and Katan. All but two IN FLUX 5 artists are participating, too -- by either riding the bus or being on-site when the bus makes its way to their installation.