A sculpture exhibit is headed to a section of the Cochituate Rail Trail in Natick this September and October after it gets an initial showing over the summer in Brookline.
The Studios without Walls juried exhibit will be on display in Riverwalk Park come May 28. It will make its debut in Natick pending coordination with the town’s health and safety officials. The temporary installation would reside on about a half mile stretch between the Cochituate State Park spur and the Amvets building.
The Natick Center Cultural District and the Friends of Natick Trails would host this event. The proposal was made at this time so that organizers can try to secure sponsors for the project. The hope is to have more permanent art and other events along the trail down the road, and this project would serve as something of a trial.
Among those whose art is on display is Natick artist Rebecca McGee Tuck, who reached out to the Natick Center Cultural District to about possibly having the exhibit temporarily installed here come September. The artist says works include those made from metal, stone, found objects, and more.
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