An Evening of Art in the Park
Thursday, June 28
6:30 pm at Holy Trinity Heritage Park, 702 E Market Street in New Albany
Since the grand opening in September of 2017, Holy Trinity Heritage Park has brought some curb appeal to the 700 block of E Market in downtown New Albany. From a water feature with bronze sculpture to refurbished panels of stained glass that survived the Holy Trinity fire in 1975 to the colorful dove piece created by St. Elizabeth's staff, there is much to see in this beautiful, green space. An anonymous donor recently commissioned the latest addition to the park, an Indiana limestone sculpture by artist William Kolok titled "Flee".
On Thursday, June 28, join us for an Evening of Art in the Park. Area artists, including Kolok, will be on hand to display art and answer questions. We invite you to come and learn more about opportunities to support art in our community and add to the landscape at Holy Trinity Heritage Park.
Artists: If you are an artist interested in displaying at this event, email Mark Casper at firstname.lastname@example.org with your contact information and photo of your work. Keep in mind, we are hoping to limit this event to family-friendly pieces, suitable for outdoor display that can withstand the elements. No concept art, photography, or jewelry will be accepted.
Art Lovers: Some of the pieces on display will be on loan to St. Elizabeth and some will be for sale, with a portion of proceeds donated to the agency.