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    Participate in deCordova's fall exhibition: Build with artist Liz Glynn

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    September 18, 2011

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    Participate in deCordova's fall exhibition: Build with artist Liz Glynn

    Liz Glynn creates monumental sculptures and participatory performances that explore human ambition and the potential for change through acts of building, destruction, and recycling. For this exhibition, the artist with the help of volunteers will construct two large-scale obelisks based on "Cleopatra’s Needles”, the famed pair of Egyptian Obelisks exported to London and Central Park respectively.
    Call for volunteers!...

    Liz Glynn creates monumental sculptures and participatory performances that explore human ambition and the potential for change through acts of building, destruction, and recycling. For this exhibition, the artist with the help of volunteers will construct two large-scale obelisks based on "Cleopatra’s Needles”, the famed pair of Egyptian Obelisks exported to London and Central Park respectively.
    Call for volunteers! DeCordova is currently seeking volunteers to assist in the unearthing and erection of two obelisks to be created on-site on opening weekend. Email programs@decordova.org to sign up to volunteer.


    deCordova Sculpture Park and Museum

    51 Sandy Pond Road
    Lincoln, MA 01773

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    Admission Info:

    Free with Museum admission
    Adults: $12
    Students/Seniors: $8
    Children 5 and under: Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    10 am - 12 pm or 12 - 2 pm


    Phone: 781-259-8355


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