Art

APA’s The Harry & Hanley Project

The Animal Protective

APA Association Of Missouri

90th Anniversary Celebration

The Harry & Hanley Project

The Animal Protective Association of Missouri (APA) is celebrating its 90th

anniversary with The Harry & Hanley Project, a public art

project featuring 20 unique larger-than-life dog and cat

sculptures created by renowned sculptor Harry Weber

and custom-designed by some of St. Louis’ leading local

artists.

The 10 cats (named Harry after the sculptor) and 10 dogs (named Hanley after

the APA’s mascot) will be revealed on June 22 at Busch Stadium as part of

the Purina Pooches In The Ballpark Day and then will be displayed throughout

the summer at prominent locations in the St. Louis metropolitan area. In

September, the sculptures will be reunited at the entrances of the Clayton Art

Fair before being auctioned at the APA’s 90th anniversary birthday bash event

on September 14.

Artist Charlie Houska is busy painting his doggie in the window of his Houska Gallery on McPherson in the CWE. Go by and check out his progress!


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