University of Lynchburg students and faculty in art, music, and theatre collaborated to turn two pianos into works of art for Keys for the Hill City, a public art project that positions pianos throughout downtown Lynchburg.
The latest edition of The Burg includes a story about the 2015 Keys for the Hill City project, featuring photos of both pianos designed by LC.
One LC piano is located at the Amazement Square children’s museum at 27 9th Street. The other is in front of the Bank of the James building at 828 Main Street.
Music professor F. Johnson Scott III will play the Amazement Square piano at 5 p.m. and the Bank of the James piano from 5:30 to 6 p.m. during the First Friday event on May 1.