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PHOTO: “Large Hadron Collider,” a work of art on the previous O’More College of Art and Design campus, was created by Nashville architect Edward Belbusti, and could become the first piece of public art installed in Franklin./Brooke Wanser By BROOKE WANSER Artists in Williamson County will soon have another way to showcase their work. The …

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PHOTO: Rusty, a well-known public arts fixture located outside the Factory at Franklin. By BROOKE WANSER During a meeting of the recently formed Public Arts Commission at City Hall on Tuesday, commission members discussed the logistics of receiving artwork for installation and, specifically, which city parks would accept artwork displays. Commission members worked on an …