The latest art installation on the Karl Stirner Arts Trail (KSAT), “Waterway“ by Easton artist Paul Derry, opens to the public 4:30-7 p.m. Friday, July 1. A dedication ceremony begins at 5 p.m. at the sculpture near the 13th Street trailhead in Easton.
Waterway is the recipient of last year’s People’s Choice Award held in conjunction with the Possible Realties Two exhibition at Lafayette’s Grossman Gallery.
Bites and beverages will be available by 3rd & Ferry Fish Market with musical performances by Rian Carr and Jake Heck.
Due to limited parking at the trailhead, a free shuttle will run continuously from 4:15-7:30 p.m., courtesy of Lafayette College. Stops include Centre Square in Downtown Easton outside Crayola Experience and the Williams Art Center on Lafayette’s campus, 317 Hamilton St.
Additional information about the trail can be found on the KSAT site, including an updated and downloadable map. More images and information about the trail can be found on the KSAT Facebook Friends page.
For more information, contact Jim Toia, director of Lafayette’s Community-Based Teaching Program, firstname.lastname@example.org, 610-330-5577.
Photo: Waterways art installation on Karl Stirner Arts Trail, Easton, Pa. Artist: Paul Derry. Courtesy of Lafayette College. Online image: https://flic.kr/p/HF67U2
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