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Channel your creative juices on your next trip to Grounds For Sculpture by contributing to the Typewriter Project.

Once you find the vintage typewriter located in the garden, you can write whatever you want on the 100-inch-long scroll. Each entry will also be documented online.

The installation is part of the Typewriter Project, created by The Poetry Society of New York. The project features a series of site-specific installations that invite strangers to embrace the written word.

Entries from Grounds For Sculpture have ranged from inspiring messages to pop-culture references to personal memories. Check out a few below and find the entire collection here.

The exhibit will be open until September 28.

 

 

“You are beautiful and do not let anyone tell you otherwise. You are powerful and you are capable of so many great things. Don’t stop being you. Do not be afraid to love yourself.”

 

“Happy mother’s day. I love you mom.”

 

“Don’t underestimate the power of the typewriter.”

 

“Picture, if you will, a creature with the power to escape any hypothetical situation.”

 

“Entering my seventh decade, enjoying a sunny day with my hubby surrounded by beautiful nature and stunning art. PERFECT DAY… Time flies but not memory…”

 

“The new Kendrick album is fire.”

 

“Hello World, I haven’t used a typewriter in 50 years. I’m here with my wife and a friend.”

 

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