All day, throughout park
The four, giant, renewable energy puppets—representing solar, wind, geothermal, and hydro—
were created by mixed-media artist Mary Plaster in collaboration with an array of Louisville-area community members for the 2013 Unitarian Universalist General Assembly. Created on behalf of their local social justice partner Kentucky Interfaith Power and Light, they debuted at the Energy for Change Rally on June 2, 2013, co-hosted by the General Assembly and a variety of area environmental organizations. Featuring talks by Wendell Berry and Tim DeChristopher, it was the largest environmental-justice focused rally in Kentucky since the Marble Hill demonstrations of 1979. The puppets and those who "embody" them appear at regional environmental, spiritual, and educational gatherings.