WALNUT CREEK, Calif. /eNewsChannels/ — In a press release issued June 22 on behalf of Marta Thoma Hall, there was an inadvertent error in specifying the date of the event, as provided by the news source. As issued, the event date had been noted in the text as July 16, when it should have stated July 17th, 2010, at the new Walnut Creek Library.
* The CORRECTED headline and first paragraph of the release, which contained the error, follows:
A Permanent Green Art Installation by Marta Thoma Hall is in the New Walnut Creek Library Opening July 17th
Green art is only one way to describe the new suspended sculpture by Marta Thoma Hall at the new Walnut Creek Library north entrance. The art spirals overhead in a galaxy of glass bottles floating upward in space like stars and cosmic bodies. The bottles are an assortment of the every day kind, in various shades of blue, green, purple, and rose. On July 17th Hall will be available to answer questions such as: Where did you get all of the bottles? How did you find them in all those colors? How are the bottles attached? Is it supposed to represent a galaxy? What do the arrows mean?
To view the original complete text of the news release issued, and for additional information, please visit: https://www.send2press.com/newswire/2010-06-0622-002.shtml .
Story References: Marta Thoma Hall, Walnut Creek Library, Journey of a Bottle, CORRECTION.