The Brooklyn Waterfront Artists Coalition presents “Relative Environment,” the 26th Annual BWAC Outdoor Sculpture Show, now to September from 8:30 a.m. to 8:30 p.m.
The concept for the show, “Relative Environment,” is about artwork that pertains to the environment. This includes work that is site specific and blends into the park setting, work that is made from natural materials in an unnatural environment, work that is made from unnatural materials disposed in a natural environment or work that comments on the human perspective of environment.
The sculpture show is being held at Empire/Fulton Ferry State Park and the Main Street section of Brooklyn Bridge Park. Entrances are on Water, Dock or Main streets at the East River, at the foot of the Brooklyn & Manhattan bridges.
For more, call 718-596-2507 or go to www.bwac.org.
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