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<strong>Art on the Trails Announces Winners in Art and Poetry</strong>

Art on the Trails Announces Winners in Art and Poetry

Art on the Trails Announces 2023 Winners in Art and Poetry

Art On The Trails: Transformation is Up!

Last Saturday, June 10, was a marathon day of installing artwork at Beals Preserve. 16 works by 21 artists we placed throughout the trails. I had the opportunity to interview the artists and create videos for each work, which can be found on our YouTube 

<strong>Art Installations Scheduled for June 10 for </strong><strong><em>Art on the Trails: Transformation</em></strong><strong> </strong>

Art Installations Scheduled for June 10 for Art on the Trails: Transformation 

Art Installations Scheduled for June 10 for Art on the Trails: Transformation 

Art On the Trails Launches 7th Year

Art On the Trails Launches 7th Year

Southborough Open Land Foundation and Art on the Trails Program Director Catherine Weber are pleased to announce the call for art for the 7th annual juried exhibition, Art on the Trails: Transformation. The exhibition will be juried by Hopedale artist and teacher Sarah Alexander. With 

Art on the Trails Receives Grant from Southborough Community Fund

Art on the Trails Receives Grant from Southborough Community Fund

The Southborough Open Land Foundation and Program Director Catherine Weber are pleased to again be recipients of a grant from Southborough Community Fund. The organizations generous support funds juror and artist stipends, publication of an art and poetry book, and expenses associated with running the 

2022 Art On The Trails Exhibition Opens June 13

2022 Art On The Trails Exhibition Opens June 13

We are pleased to announce the 2022 Art on the Trails: EXPOSURE art selections, chosen by this year’s juror, sculptor Anne Alexander. The following artists will install their work at the Elaine and Philip Beals Preserve on Sunday, June 12. Sarah Alexander, Hopedale, MABill Cohn, 

Art on the Trails Opening Well Attended

Despite weeks of rain, we went ahead and had the opening for this year’s exhibition on Thursday, June 20th. More than 80 people attended and walked with us through the woods to hear artists share insight into their work. We were excited to award two 

Art On the Trails Artist Selections for 2019

Art On the Trails Artist Selections for 2019

We are pleased to announce the artist selections for the 2019 Art On the Trails: Marking Territory. The exhibition is juried by Shana Dumont Garr, Curator at Fruitlands Museum. ¬† Selected artists are Anne Alexander (Windham, ME), Pedro Baptista (Hopedale), Chelsea Bradway (Southborough), Alex Calhoun, (Worcester), Marie Craig (Natick), Alicia 

The 2018 Season Begins

The 2018 Season Begins

In two days, I lead the first artist walk for those interested in submitting work and answer questions that artists have about creating site specific work for the 2018 installation of Art on the Trails.  I wanted to make sure the trails are passable so 

And Then There Were None: The Closing of Art on the Trails 2017

And Then There Were None: The Closing of Art on the Trails 2017

It’s been a few weeks since the Closing Ceremony of Art On the Trails: Finding Solace in the Woods. The event was amazing, bringing poets and artists together, on a hot fall day, to walk in the woods and listen to poets who were inspired