The Animal Protective Association of Missouri (APA) celebrated its 90th anniversary with The Harry & Hanley Project, a public art project featured 20 unique larger-than-life dog and cat sculptures created by renowned sculptor Harry Weber and custom-designed by some of St. Louis' leading local artists.
Following a reveal at Busch Stadium as part of the Purina Pooches In The Ballpark Day on June 22, the 10 cats (named Harry after the sculptor) and 10 dogs (named Hanley after the APA's mascot) were displayed throughout the summer at prominent locations in the St. Louis metropolitan area. The sculptures were reunited in September to be displayed at the entrances of the Clayton Art Fair before being auctioned at the APA's 90th anniversary birthday bash on September 14.
20 custom-designed larger-than-life cat and dog sculptures created by renowned sculptor Harry Weber.See the Sculptures
The Harry & Hanley sculptures were custom-designed by some of St. Louis' leading local artists.Meet the Artists
For 90 years, the Animal Protective Association has been dedicated to bringing people and pets together, advancing humane education and creating programs beneficial to the human/animal bond. The Harry & Hanley Project and associated APA 90th anniversary events offered an excellent opportunity to celebrate APA's mission and raise funds to insure the future of animal welfare in our community.Read More
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