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Release Date: 10.12.2017 | Location: All Metro Atlanta | Organization: Dunwoody Nature Center

Come Participate in a Program that Puts the "Public" in Public Art

Join the Nature Center, Spruill Center for the Arts, and the City of Dunwoody for a new program that puts the "public" in public art.

It's a program called Dunwoody Rocks! 

Come to the Nature Center until Saturday, October 28th to get a rock to decorate, or attend a workshop Saturday, October 14th from 9:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m. at Brook Run Park in conjunction with Dunwoody Volunteer Day, and on Saturday, October 21st at the Spruill Arts Center from 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.  

On Saturday, October 28th from 10:00 until 2:00, the entire community will be invited to a Dunwoody Rocks! unveiling and will gather on the grounds of the Nature Center where everyone will place their rocks and celebrate community with activities including a DJ, a picnic lunch, chalk artist Taylor Wilkins, and a Dunwoody Nature Center 25th Anniversary celebration.

The program is part of a partnership with Spruill Arts Center and the City of Dunwoody that engages the public in creating an expressive art display along the trails of the Nature Center.

About the Nature Center
Dunwoody Park began as part of America's Bicentennial celebrations in the mid 1970's as volunteers built trails, labeled trees, cleared the wetlands, installed playground equipment and picnic tables. In the 1980's, arts classes offered in Dunwoody Park soon outgrew the facilities, allowing a shift to environmental education. The Dunwoody Nature Center was organized in 1990 and incorporated January 30, 1992 and today serves more than 21,000 participants each year through its programs.

Find the full event calendar and other information at http://www.dunwoodynature.org.


Contact Info

Contact Name: Alan Mothner

Company: Dunwoody Nature Center

Phone: (770) 394-3322

E-mail: info@dunwoodynature.org