Outside|In 2018

 
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Together with the Arlington Commission on the Arts and Culture and Arlington Public Art, 13FOREST Gallery is pleased to continue Outside|In, a series of artist talks about public art along the Minuteman Bikeway.  Last year’s program featured several compelling public art projects, which you can read about here.

For its second year, APA, the Arlington Commission on the Arts and Culture and curator Cecily Miller have commissioned temporary works of art for a section of the Bikeway in Arlington's newly designated Cultural District.  Artist Resa Blatman and environmental educator Ellen Reed have collaborated on a set of cards with portraits of "extra ordinary birds" and tips to encourage birdwatching on the Bikeway and to help birds in your own backyard.  Christopher Frost has created Colony, an enchanting miniature village perched in the branches of a large tree at the Linwood Street entrance to the Bikeway. Please join us on Saturday, 10/20 from 4-6 pm at 13FOREST Gallery to hear Blatman and Frost speak about their projects.

 Resa Blatman,  Extra Ordinary Birds

Resa Blatman, Extra Ordinary Birds

 Christopher Frost,  Colony , painted wood. Photo credit: Lee Kilpatrick

Christopher Frost, Colony, painted wood. Photo credit: Lee Kilpatrick