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  • Does public art bring people to Hilton Head?

    Beth Mayo, chair of the Public Art Fund advisory committee, talks about the importance of public art to the community on Hilton Head Island.

Beth Mayo, chair of the Public Art Fund advisory committee, talks about the importance of public art to the community on Hilton Head Island. Delayna Earley Staff video
Beth Mayo, chair of the Public Art Fund advisory committee, talks about the importance of public art to the community on Hilton Head Island. Delayna Earley Staff video

19 feet tall, 2,000 pounds with metal spikes — parents, what do you think of this gift to Hilton Head?

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