08 Jun Historic Yellow Springs Art Show Goes Virtual on the West Conshohocken Monument
2020 has been a challenging year for many people and businesses. At Catalyst, we have been busy these last few months working with municipalities and community organizations to share critical information as well as promote local business. When we learned that the Historic Yellow Springs Art show had gone virtual, we had a great opportunity not only to help Historic Yellow Springs and the talented artists they showcase, but also to brighten the world of drivers and passengers on the Schuylkill Expressway and other area roadways.
The living wall and waterfall of the West Conshohocken Monument provide a fitting backdrop for the artwork, reminiscent of the beautiful gardens in Historic Yellow Springs where the event is usually held, and where hopefully it can still be held later this year.
Karen Walter, Executive Director of Historic Yellow Springs, was a pleasure to work with, and we greatly appreciate her kind words:
Every once in a while, when there are times that you could really use some help, you get to witness great people who step up to the plate without hesitation and help light your path. This light came in the form of a digital one! I have absolutely nothing but positive things to say about the team at Catalyst. What an amazing group of professionals who could not have been more responsive or easier to work with, as if they had been created just for our need. Not only were they incredibly easy to work with, but they had the best and fastest follow up that I have ever encountered within this industry. The finished product looks even better than we expected. I am very glad that I had the chance to work with them. We can’t thank them enough for putting HYS in the spotlight, literally, to help support us in a very challenging situation.
The entire show can be viewed online. Take a look—it will be worth your while.