Pardon My Garden: Sculpture Show in Rutgers Gardens

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Tuesday, April 18–Tuesday, April 25, 2017

Look for seven site-specific sculptures by Mason Gross School of the Arts undergraduate students on view at Rutgers Gardens, 112 Ryders Lane in New Brunswick. A public walk-through of the sculptures interspersed among the greenery will take place from 4 to 6 p.m. April 18 beginning at the gardens’ Log Cabin, at 140 Log Cabin Road.

The exhibition, Pardon My Garden, is a collaboration between Rutgers Gardens and a Mason Gross sculpture class. The gardens, open year-round on the George H. Cook Campus, encompass 180 acres of designed gardens and natural habitats, featuring a bamboo grove, a holly collection, an ornamental small tree collection, and tribute gardens, among other horticultural collections.

Participating students are Sean Carolan, Veronica Hahr, Audrey Meehan, Thaly Rivera, Sabrina Rosario, Gillian Smith, and Clancy Vetter.

Click here to download a map of the show.

Free

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