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See what can happen when art and nature merge at a free community event supported by New Hampshire Humanities on Sunday, September 30 on the grounds of the Currier Museum of Art in Manchester – it will be unlike anything you've ever seen!
Join artist Konstantin Dimopoulos in the creation of his "Blue Trees" project, an environmental installation in which trees on the museum's grounds will be painted and transformed with an environmentally safe and vividly colored pigment. Enjoy live music, poetry, painting, art making, and more. The Currier Museum, New Hampshire Humanities, Manchester Parks and Recreation, New England College, Stay, Work, Play, and other area organizations welcome you to this unique community event. Rain date: Sunday, October 7 DETAILS
Photo: Konstantin Dimopoulos, The Blue Trees. Photograph courtesy of the artist, © Konstantin Dimopoulos, 2018
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