VITA PROJECT at Menotomy Rocks Park

Saturday, October 5, noon-4pm
Menotomy Rocks Park, Arlington
 
The Vita Project is a temporary and participatory public artwork that playfully explores cultural vitality as a form of physical fitness.  Through interactive sculpture and performative prompts, the Vita Project invites the public to experience an inventive reinterpretation of the existing Vita Course – a series of Swiss exercise stations dating from the 1960s once adapted for parks in the U.S. – hidden along the walking trails in historic Menotomy Rocks Park.  Free and family friendly. Rain date is October 12.

Katherine Shozawa, Artist

Co-presented by Arlington Public Art and Cecily Miller, curator
 
VITA PROJECT is supported in part by a grant from the Arlington Cultural Council, a local agency
which is supported by the Mass Cultural Council.