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Monday, 7th May 2012 at 4:20pm
Michael Jones McKean’s “The Rainbow” Art Project creates rainbows over The Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts in downtown Omaha.
In clear weather the rainbow will appear twice a day, for 20 minutes, and is created using sunlight, renewable energy and 100% captured rainwater.
The project was a decade in the making and represents a collaboration between irrigation and rainwater harvesting experts, Lindsay Corporation, structural and mechanical engineers, atmospheric scientists, Bemis Center and artist Michael Jones McKean.
Quite a beautiful project that will start in early June and run until 15th September.
See more about artist Michael Jones McKean here.