PATHWAYS: Art on the Minuteman Bikeway
Arlington Public Art is partnering with the Arlington Commission on the Arts and Culture to commission temporary works of public art for a section of the Bikeway running from Linwood Circle to the entrance at Swan Way near the Kickstand Cafe. This June, three pieces will be unveiled by artists Nilou Moochhala, Stewy, and collaborators Claudia Ravischiere and Michael Moss. Two more commission will be installed in September, by Frank Vasello and Adria Arch and Arlington's community of knitters.
It's all part of the celebration of the Bikeway's 25th Anniversary and a tribute to the rustic beauty of this strip of well-travelled greenspace that runs through our Town, used and enjoyed by thousands every day.
PATHWAYS is curated by Arlington's Public Art Consultant Cecily Miller in collaboration with a committee of representatives from APA and ACAC: Adria Arch, Lori Berrenberg, Barbara Costa and Stephanie Marlin-Curiel. For more information contact Cecily at email@example.com.
Outside|In: Talking About Public Art at 13FOREST
Join the artists of Pathways: Art on the Minuteman Bikeway for discussion and refreshments. Co-sponsored by 13FOREST Gallery, Arlington Public Art, and the Arlington Commission on Arts and Culture. For more information visit our friends at 13FOREST Gallery
- Saturday, 7/29, 4-6 pm : Nilou Moochhala, The Rhetoric of Opposites
- Wednesday 8/30, 6-8 pm: Claudia Ravaschiere and Michael Moss, Flutter
Meet at 13FOREST Gallery, 167A Massachusetts Avenue, Arlington, 781.641.3333, www.13FOREST.com
RECENT PRESS – find out more about Pathways
PATHWAYS is supported by a grant from the Arlington Cultural Council, a local agency, and the Massachusetts Cultural Council, a state agency.