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Art Attack offers cultural adventure

Weekend event is draw for residents

Sheryl Taylor, left, Liz Smith and Charles Pytovany, all of Scotia, watch as Sara Winter of Vail Mills makes a scultpure from a wooden log with a chain saw at Schenectady Art Attack in front of City Hall Saturday.
Photographer: Peter R. Barber
Sheryl Taylor, left, Liz Smith and Charles Pytovany, all of Scotia, watch as Sara Winter of Vail Mills makes a scultpure from a wooden log with a chain saw at Schenectady Art Attack in front of City Hall Saturday.
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Papier-maché animals sitting in Schenectady City Hall gave local resident Sarah Sweet a sense that the city is becoming a better place. “If they have nice things to do in Schenectady our property values might go up,” Sweet said. “Hopefully the reconstruction will bleed up State Street.” Sweet was one of more than 5,000 people expected to take part in the first annual Schenectady Art Attack, a free weekend event featuring the work of 500 ...


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