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Featured by: Studios Without Walls

Hosted by: Brookline Parks & Open Space Division

Location: Riverway Park near the Longwood T Station, Brookline, MA

Date: April 25 - May 17, 2015

Meet the artists April 25 & 26 from 11am - 5pm

This is the 16th year that Studios Without Walls, a Brookline-based collaborative of sculptors, will create temporary outdoor art with the intention of stimulating a dialogue about aesthetics, environment and community. This year 20 artists will work together to create "Seen/Not Seen", site responsive installation of sculptures.

For eight consecutive years, the Town of Brookline Division of Parks and Open Space, has offered to host our exhibition at the graceful Riverway Park, part of Frederick Law Olmsted's Emerald Necklace, adjacent to the Longwood T Station.

We continue to encourage artists to take an experimental approach in the nontraditional format, demonstrating art's capacity to enrich the cultural experience for residents and visitors to the Town of Brookline.

More than a dozen exhibitions of our site-responsive sculptural installations have been seen at a variety of public spaces around Brookline and Boston, since our first four person exhibition in1999, at Allandale Farm.

Please visit www.studioswithoutwalls.org for more details

Bette Ann Libby