Eco-Art sculptures coming to SummerSet Arts Festival September 12

Thursday, August 27, 2015

A floating, lit installation called "New Moon" created by Todd Lawson
and installed in Ronald Bog for the festival.
Photo courtesy SummerSet Festival

Featuring a wide variety of media and materials, the SummerSet Arts Festival returns to Ronald Bog Park on September 12 with a diverse lineup of eco-art installations (including several floating sculptures), Native American performances, and music.

Festival hours are 12pm-5pm, and admission and activities are free. Originated by local artists and supported by public art non-profits as well as city and county arts administrations, SummerSet Arts Festival: Celebrating Ronald Bog explores art and nature in a dynamically changing world.

Art installations, viewable dawn till dusk, by Dave Bloomfield, Michael Eggers, Barry Johnson, Cynthia Knox, Elise Koncsek, Todd Lawson, Naoko Morisawa, Jennifer Rotermund, and Fergus Temporada.

Free parking is available at the corner of N 175th and Meridian Streets at the Park / Ride at Aurora Church and at Meridian Park Elementary School.

Presented by Meridian Park Neighborhood Association, and supported by a Community Project Award from Shoreline-Lake Forest Park Arts Council, 4Culture, The City of Shoreline Public Art Program, and Shoreline Rotary Foundation. Shunpike serves as fiscal sponsor for the Festival.

More information can be found on Facebook and webpage.


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