News from City of Indio:
INDIO, CA (November 14, 2018) – The City of Indio’s Public Art and Historic Preservation Commission invites the public to the House That Art Built exhibit. The temporary art installations are located throughout downtown Indio and features each artist’s concept of a “house.” The selected artists are Cathy Allen and Delos Van Earl from Joshua Tree, Marnie Navarro from the Coachella Valley, Chris Sanchez from Indio, and Tim Shockley from Palm Desert. The artwork can be viewed through April 29, 2019, at the following locations:
Delos Van Earl – Site 1: Near the southeast corner of Jackson Street and Requa Avenue Marnie Navarro – Site 2: Near the southeast corner of Miles Avenue and Smurr Street Tim Shockley – Site 3: East side of Oasis Street approximately 330 feet north of Bliss Avenue Cathy Allen – Site 4: East side of Oasis Street approximately 250 feet north of Bliss Avenue Chris Sanchez – Site 5: East side of Oasis Street approximately 330 feet north of Bliss Avenue.
About the City of Indio The City of Indio is the 30th fastest growing city in America and the largest city in eastern Riverside County with 88,000 residents. Nearly 1.4 million people visit Indio every year to attend its world famous arts, food, and music festivals. With nationally recognized public safety services, exceptional school, great parks, and senior and teen centers, no wonder more than 3,500 new housing units are in construction or being planned throughout the city in addition to new hotels, restaurants and retailers. Indio was the first city incorporated in the Coachella Valley on May 16, 1930, and is governed by an elected City council that employs a City Manager. The City of Indio embraces its diversity and provides outstanding municipal services to enhance the quality of life for its residents, visitors and the business community.