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Art Walk in the Park!


Art Walk In The Park
On Sunday August 24th, 2014, the University Park Common will transform into a family friendly Art Walk in the Park 
from 11 AM to 5 PM.

The Art Walk in the Park will showcase 60 New England based professional artists with works ranging from fine art, photography, sculpture, and illustration. Guests are encouraged to bring their sketchbooks, draw with the professional artists, and partake in a variety of fun community activities. Some of the activities include Sidewalk Chalk Art, a Children’s Coloring table, Brian Butler’s Ice Cream People (a drawing project), and a photo booth with !ND!V!DUALS sculptures! To top it off, there will be food vendors and live music!

This event is free and open to the public.

The Art Walk in the Park is sponsored by MIT, Harvard, and the Paint Pens Collective.

Listing Information
What: Art Walk In The Park
Where:   University Park Common @ MIT ; 38 Sydney Street, Cambridge, MA   
Hours: 11 AM to 5 PM
Note: Bring your sketchbook!
Artists: Adam J. O’Day, Adam McElreath, Alex Carlson, Amanda Atkins, Andrew MacLean, Anna Cassell, Bamcat, Ben Bishop, Bob Flynn, Brenton Barnes, Cat Craig, Caitie Moore, Chelsea Arruda, Chris Cavallero, Christina Siravo, Courtney White, David LeBlanc, D. Gould, Darren Goldman, Dennis Burke, Destiny Palmer, Dimitri Dubuisson, Erin Shaw, Eyeformation, Fish McGill, Hamiltoons Caricatures, Iansanity, !nd!v!dua!s Collective, Jason Casey, Jason Wallace Studio, Jennifer Lewis, Jessica Silva, Jillian Pulford, John Cardinal, Jonathan Reincke, Lex McDermott, Mariessa DeVincintis, MCA, Meg Walker, Meghann Brideau, Michael Crockett, Mister Never, Nick Nazzaro, Patt Kelley, RedHotBox Studios, Richie Montgomery, Rifrakt Collective, Rob Burns, Sean McCabe, Sherwin Long, Silver Oris, Steph Love, Tofu Squirrel, Walter Sickert, Zombie Romance, and more!

Organized by Elizabeth Siegel
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