WordWrap Boston

Pop-Up: Franklin Park Art Grove: Opening Celebration, was  held  August 8-9th 11am-6 pm in the Franklin Park Wilderness Picnic Grove. Performative and sculptural work from local artists who integrated the natural and cultural landscape into their piece following the theme “Endurance,” featuring the work of talented local artists. A weekend of artwork, food trucks, performing arts, artist led workshops, and music in Boston’s neighborhood park this summer. This event was free and open to the public. Sponsored by Boston Art Commission,Franklin Park Coalition, New England Foundation for the Arts, Boston Cultural Council and  The Trotter Institute for African American Studies. 
Franklin Park Art Grove Founder and Creative Director:
 Carolyn Lewenberg.

Print with text: In the dark hours of our struggle, when betrayed by traitors within and beset by foes without, while some men would become lukewarm and indifferent, despairing of victory; then did the women keep the flame alive, and as their hopes would weave bright visions for the future, their husbands and brothers would rally for a new attack upon the fortress of colorphobia. Willam C. Nell, 1855
“In the dark hours of our struggle, when betrayed by traitors within and beset by foes without, while some men would become lukewarm and indifferent, despairing of victory; then did the women keep the flame alive, and as their hopes would weave bright visions for the future, their husbands and brothers would rally for a new attack upon the fortress of colorphobia. ” Willam C. Nell, 1855

Pop Up: Franklin Park Art Grove in the Media

Information:
www.franklinparkcoalition.org / 617-442-4141.
artgrove@franklinparkcoalition.org.
#FPARTGROVE2015

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