NORFOLK, Va. (WVEC) -- You might have noticed brightly decorated pianos have appeared in some public places around Norfolk. If you do find one, sit down and play!
It's a public art project started by English artist Luke Jerram called "Play Me, I'm Yours."
These pianos have traveled the world and they're here in Norfolk through June 4. You'll see them in more than a dozen places, including MacArthur Center, the Main, and the Slover Library.
Pianists of all skill levels are welcome to play.
The pianos can be found at the following locations:
- Chrysler Museum of Art, One Memorial Place
- Chrysler Museum of Art Perry Glass Studio, 745 Duke St.
- Glass Wheel Studio, 128 West Olney Rd.
- Governor's School for the Arts, 254 Granby St.
- Hilton Norfolk, THE MAIN, 100 E. Main St.
- MacArthur Mall, 300 Monticello Ave.
- MacArthur Square, Bank Street & E. Plume Street
- Moses Myers House, 323 East Freemason St. (PHOTO)
- Naro Expanded Cinema, 1507 Colley Ave.
- Slover Library, 235 East Plume St.
- TWP - The Youth Movement, 700 E Olney Rd.
- Toast, 2406 Colonial Ave.
- Virginia Arts Festival, 440 Bank St.