The Art Café is an afterschool art program that is partnering with other student groups, local artists, and organizations to bring awareness to social issues through outdoor art installations. In its first year, the show will focus on environmental issues and will include installations and sculpture made with upcycled, natural and reusable materials.
This one-of-a-kind art show, free and open to the public through the month of April, will be displayed along the Wesley Walking Trail at 867 HWY 40. While the walking trail is beautiful in itself, the art displayed among the trees, near the pond, and along the trail will surely make it something to remember.
Keep an eye out for the 70 Tree Dangles made of recycled water bottles and found objects. They will represent the 70 million water bottles consumed in the U.S. every day. And the "Trash Totems" will be sculptures made of ... well, trash. But not in the same condition you're used to seeing (or smelling).