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Newest Canstruction Sculpture Has a Twist

The ECI/IA/ESD Canstruction team, composed of more than a dozen volunteers, created the sculpture CANtoberfest during the Canstruction Chicago event benefiting the Greater Chicago Food Depository this month. Featuring a large pretzel, the Octoberfest-related creation was developed from food cans. To vote for the entry, please click here. To donate, please click here.

Canstruction structures are housed in the first floor of the Merchandise Mart and are on display to the public as a giant art exhibition. In 2018, the ESD/IA Canstruction team created the Cansculpture “Stomp Out Hunger, RHINOW,” which won the People’s Choice award.

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