Shoreline offers van tour to temporary eco-art in urban forests

Thursday, September 15, 2016

Larvae
Artist Rodger Squirrel

In November 2015, the City of Shoreline Public Art Program initiated the Groundswell Project, a program in temporary environmental art situated in urban forests.

In celebration of the first year of the project, the public is invited to participate in a van tour with curatorial commentary by Art Coordinator David Francis and remarks by participating artists Rodger Squirrell, Theresa Henson, and Sara Kavage. Performances by Nightingale Dance Troupe will also be featured along with refreshments.

Self Circuit
Artist Theresa Henson
The tour is limited to 20 participants and leaves from Shoreline City Hall at 5:00pm on Saturday, September 24. Short-distance walking is involved and temperatures may be low.

The tour will visit Boeing Creek, Shoreview, and Paramount Open Space before returning to City Hall by 7:30. Free.

RSVP by September 20





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