Art on the Trails: Artists invited to guided walks this weekend

Above: If you are thinking about applying to create or install work along the Beals Preserve Trails, join a guided walk with the project director to learn more. (image left from Facebook event, right cropped from photo by Catherine Weber)

As I previously shared, Southborough Open Land Foundation has put a call out to artists. For the third summer running, a juried exhibition will be on display at the Beals Preserve.

The application process ends in two weeks. To help applicants prepare to submit proposals, the project director is offering guided tours of the trail:

Join Catherine Weber for a tour of the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve and learn more about making a submission of art for the Art on the Trails juried exhibition.

Two hour long walks are scheduled for this weekend – Saturday, April 13th at 11:00 am and Sunday, April 14th, at 2:00 pm. (Fortunately, the outlook is much nicer for the end of the week than the start of it.) 

To signup for one of the tours see the Facebook event

Participants will meet at 151 Red Gate Lane, at the trail head of Beals Preserve. Street parking is available. Click here for the map.

If you can’t make either of this weekend’s times, you can contact Weber to schedule another time to meet. Don’t wait too long. Applications for this year’s exhibit are due on April 22nd.

For more details on this year’s exhibition, see my previous post and the Art on the Trails website.

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