Art on the Trails closing out with a Poetry Walk – Sunday

Above: There was a good turnout to the opening of this summer’s outdoor art reception. Organizers hope for another one as this weekend as they walk with poets inspired by the Art on the Trails. (images cropped from photos by Chelsea Bradway)

If you never got out to enjoy Art on the Trails this summer, you’re running out of time. This Sunday is the official closing of the exhibit. It’s a good time to go, since organizers are capping off the exhibit with a special poetry walk.

The community was encouraged to submit poetry inspired by the exhibition. Poems were collected this summer through July. Selections will be read aloud at the exhibits that inspired them:

The Southborough Open Land Foundation, in collaboration with Southborough artist & poet Catherine Weber, is pleased to present the 2019 Art On the Trails: Marking Territory closing poetry walk on September 22, 2019 at the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve, Southborough, Massachusetts from 3:30-5:30 pm.

The exhibition is juried by Shana Dumont Garr, Curator at Fruitlands Museum.

The poetry and art book, published by Route 7 Press, will be available at the event.

Poets reading include: Kim Beckham, Chelsea Bradway, Didi Chadran, Tom Driscoll, Cynthia Franca, Anna Friedrich, Trisha Knudsen, Sheryl Lindsell-Roberts, John Magadieu, Michele Mendelson, Eric Nixon, Carla Schwartz, Nancy Simons, Maura Snell, Lawrence Spezzano, Patrick Steele, Deana Tavares, Kristen Vagliardo, Claire Watt, and Catherine Weber.

Find a map, parking, and directions here.

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