FALL INTO THE PARK PLANNED FOR THE STEVENS POINT SCULPTURE PARK ON SEPTEMBER 21
Event to showcase new works added in 2019, live music and aerial artists
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
For more information, contact:
Elizabeth Wellso, 715-343-1437, email@example.com
STEVENS POINT, Wis. (September 6, 2019) -- The public is invited to attend the ‘Fall into the Woods’ celebration planned for September 21, from 5:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Stevens Point Sculpture Park, 900 North Second Street in Stevens Point.
The Fall into the Park celebration will begin at 5:00 p.m. and is free to attend. Attendees will have a chance to meet artists, listen to live music and watch aerial artists, take a guided tour, enjoy interactive art as well as donated food and beverages from local businesses, and a iron pour (weather permitting). The event will occur rain or shine.
New work by artists debuting in the park this year are; Ann Klefstad of Duluth, Minnesota – ‘Small Herd’, and Beth Nybeck of Kansas City, Missouri – ‘Breathe’.
Representatives from the Stevens Point Sculpture Park as well as numerous artists will be available for interviews during the event. Several artists, with work on display in the park, will be available for a meet and greet.
The Stevens Point Sculpture Park is all volunteer run and is only possible with the help of private donors and grants through the Community Foundation of Central Wisconsin and the Stevens Point Tourism Commission. For more details and contact information, connect with the park through the Stevens Point Sculpture Park Facebook page.
The Stevens Point Sculpture Park is a twenty-acre site featuring woodlands, wetlands, ponds and prairie. The mission of the Stevens Point Sculpture Park is to provide a welcoming and accessible outdoor venue for environmental arts exhibitions, activities, and educational programs. In addition to the rotating sculpture exhibits, the Stevens Point Sculpture Park will host a variety of art programs and events, including an artist in residency program. The park is open to the public. For more information visit www.stevenspointsculpturepark.org.