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Walking Manifestival brings thousands to downtown Anderson
An estimated 5,000 people came downtown during Saturday's eight-hour Walking Manifestival. Twenty-three bands performed on three stages, with artists, businesses and nonprofits lining Meridian Street under sunny skies and mild temperatures.
Festival celebrates Walking Man Project
The steel Walking Man Project statues are now “walking” up and down Meridian Street in downtown Anderson in preparation for Saturday’s Walking Manifestival, an event to bid farewell to many of the statues and celebrate everything the project has done, artist and project executive director Levi Rinker said.
Five hours with The Walking Man
The Herald Bulletin has written several stories about the Walking Man Project but decided we should embark on the tour ourselves to give readers idea of what to expect on their trip.
‘Hunger Games’ author sponsors two Walking Man statues
You‘ve probably never heard of Levi Rinker‘s cousin but perhaps you have heard of his cousin‘s wife -— Suzanne Collins, author of the international bestselling trilogy “The Hunger Games.”
Brown first to complete Walking Man route
James Brown loves maps and meeting new people. So when the Hopewell Center resident saw The Walking Man Project, he was interested right away.
Walking Man statues step out
Walking Man statues began appearing this week at various locations around Anderson.
Walking Man statues have personalities
For weeks, artists have been creating designs, brushing paint and adding accessories to 10-foot-tall steel statues and now that most of them have been completed, their individual personalities are shining through.
Walking Man statues unveiled
As part of the ongoing Walking Man project, a group of 10-foot-tall steel statues was placed on the grounds of the former General Motors Guide Lamp plant for people to photograph.
Walking Man statues 'strut' around empty field
The Walking Man project, created by artists Levi Rinker and Laree Blazer, put 16 statues — 10 feet tall and weighing 250 pounds each — on display Wednesday in an empty field that used to be General Motors’ Guide Corp. Plant 9.
Walking Man statues visit former GM plant
A former General Motors plant that once was bustling will see giant men frozen in place around its grounds today.
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