Teams build sculptures out of cans at the Taubman Museum

ROANOKE, Va. (WDBJ) - On Friday, cans were off the grocery store shelves -- 22,000 cans in all -- and on the floor of the Taubman Museum of Art.

Six teams from across the region are building sculptures made out of cans. Local businesses and schools made up the teams. The sculptures will be up until March 17th and once they're taken down, the canned food will be donated to Feeding America Southwest Virginia.

"Wells Fargo has partnered with Feeding America for several years and has always wanted to be a part of CAN-struction, so we're very very pleased that we're going to be able to participate this year, look forward to having the biggest sculpture here," Pam O'Neal, a Wells Fargo Team Member at CAN-struction, said.

You can also vote for people's choice. Just bring a dollar or a can of food to donate.