Handwritten reflections about Sept. 11 from people who work and live in Lower Manhattan will be turned into a public arts project near the World Trade Center site.
The Daily News reports that the installation will go up on Aug. 4 at Battery Park's Garden of Remembrance.
People can drop off their notes and drawings this month at various kiosks set up in the Battery and the financial district.
The News says artist Tova Snyder will turn the material into a mural titled "9/11 Tenth Anniversary Reflections."
Information from: Daily News, http://www.nydailynews.com
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