Meeting the Challenge: Aggie Stampede
In 2012, the Center for Persons with Disabilities celebrates its 40th anniversary. To commemorate this milestone we are partnering with the Logan Downtown Alliance, on a project that will bring unique works of public art to historic downtown Logan. This project brings together Utah State University, the City of Logan and local businesses to Celebrate 40 years of achievements at the Center for Persons with Disabilities. It will also raise awareness of disability issues, highlight the talents of local artists and promote tourism to our beautiful valley.
This summer, Aggie Bull sculptures will appear throughout the city of Logan and the Utah State University campus. Each Bull will be presented by a local sponsor and decorated by a local artist. These displays will also provide information about disability-related issues and history. The proceeds and awareness raised by this event will help the CPD continue meeting challenges faced by people with disabilities for the next 40 years and beyond.
Artist rendering of downtown location.
See how you can help "meet the challenge" today.
Artist: Jill Osborne
Artist: Dan Nesbitt–This bull features scenes from early Cache Valley history.
Artist: Kendall Bates–Admirable Aggie attributes are featured as prime cuts on this bovine.
Artist: HS Customs
Artist information: Jared Brown AKA "Chops" and his lovely assistant "V" are natives of and live in the thriving metropolis of Salt Lake City. They fuel their creativity threw exotic travel, adventures and exploring the unknown. "Evel Cow Nievel" was inspired by and is a direct representation of the artists' passion for motorcycles, a daring spirit and the outrageous!
Logan High Art Students are currently working on their bull.
Need more information? Contact Shane Johnson at 435-797-9070 or firstname.lastname@example.org