Forest Park Forever’s Artist in Residence Program

Forest Park Forever announces the premiere of its Artist in Residence program. From May to September, artists will be creating works in Forest Park and sharing them with the community. WORK/PLAY duo Danielle and Kevin McCoy will be the first artist to create within the park grounds. Their work focuses on textiles and printmaking. The 422’s, an eclectic quartet, will create a piece of music inspired by the park. Finally, Madeline Marak will use sculpture to frame hidden spaces, inviting the public to see Forest Park from a new perspective. Produced, Edited, and Photographed by Kerry Marks.

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Date: April 18, 2015 Time: 10:00am