How Lovely Are Thy Branches - Opening Ceremony
Opening Ceremony for 'How Lovely Are Thy Branches' Labyrinth, a Temporary Art Installation
How Lovely Are They Branches is an 89-foot diameter temporary walking Labyrinth constructed from recycled holiday tree branches. How Lovely Are Thy Branches was conceived, designed, and facilitated by local Madison artist, Lillian Sizemore. This project was commissioned by Madison Arts Commission Blink program.
The opening ceremony will have a special "glowing" hoop performance by Madison Circus Space members to open and energize the labyrinth. The public is invited to bring a light (no open flames are allowed). The Taco Local food truck will be at opening day selling snacks, soups and warm drinks. Kite Aerial Photographer, Craig Wilson, will be documenting the opening ceremony from the air.
The project 'How Lovely Are Thy Branches’ Labyrinth offers the opportunity to get outdoors, into nature, and amongst community, to carry on the goodwill and festive atmosphere after the holidays! The project will emphasize the life cycle of the humble Christmas tree. Open and free to all, the public will be invited to walk amongst fragrant pine boughs, for about one month, from late Jan. through Feb. 2022.
Please visit event websites for more information: https://www.facebook.com/HowLovelyLabyrinth/ and https://www.cityofmadison.com/news/how-lovely-are-thy-branches-by-lillia...
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