Jun 23, 2012 | 2:00PM-5:00PM
Bellevue Botanical Gardens
From I-405, take the NE 8th Street East exit, turn right on 120th Avenue. Go south and along the curvy road 3/4 mile to the first light and turn left onto Main Street. We are up the hill about 3 blocks and on your right. Additional free parking is available at the Wilburton Instructional and Service Center (W.I.S.C), located just east of the Garden along the south side of Main Street.
Presented in Partnership with:
Bellevue Arts Commission and Bellevue Parks and Recreation
As part of the 20th Anniversary Celebration of the Bellevue Botanical Garden, Remnants by David Kelly-Hedrick will debut a temporary art and poetry project created specifically for and in the Garden. A poetry booklet will be free to garden visitors while supplies last. Honoring the long tradition of literary arts celebrating the natural world, Remnants is a contemporary site-specific installation seeking to re-engage our local garden visitors with poetry. Nine sculptural poems will be installed in locations throughout the garden. The piece runs through September of 2012.
Join us for a free guided walk visiting the Site-Specific poetry art installation on view now at the Bellevue Botanical Garden. Join David Kelly-Hedrick, the artist, on a casual stroll viewing the unique 12 poetry artworks scattered throughout the garden. He will share background information on the poets and poems, the salvaged materials, and why the works were selected for this exhibit.
August 14th and 19th, 6:30-7:30. Meet at the front entrance circle of the Bellevue Botanical Garden.
The Bellevue Botanical Garden can be found on 12001 Main Street, Bellevue, Washington. The Garden is FREE to visit.