Slideshow: IndyFringe's Mass Ave unveiling 

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Fringe's Mass Ave Lightbox unveiled (Slideshow)
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Fringe's Mass Ave Lightbox unveiled (Slideshow)

The work of William Denton Ray inhabits the Mass Ave Lightbox, heralding the upcoming Fringe Festival.

By Daniel Axler

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As is traditional with Indy Fringe Festival, a work of art is created by a local artist to hang in the Mass Ave Lightbox on the corners of St. Clair, College Avenue and Mass Ave. This year’s work, by William Denton Ray, was unveiled on Friday at 9 p.m., with dozens of Fringe and First Friday revelers in attendance. Among the delights were beer by Flat 12 and fire dancing and, of course, conversations that anticipated this year’s Fringe Festival, beginning Aug. 19.

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