Skinks, Musical Instrument, or Interactive Sculpture? New City of Jacksonville Public Art
The Art in Public Places program of the City of Jacksonville dedicates the first in a series of new public art in Jacksonville neighborhoods. The in-person and online dedication will start at 11 AM on October 2nd at the Cuba Hunter Park with its entrance at 3540 Bedford Rd.
The interactive sculpture, created by Seattle-based public artist Matt Babcock, was designed to be a playful representation of a series of blue-tailed skinks, a lizard native to Florida.
SONG OF THE SKINKS
Artist, Naturalist, UNF Music Students and City Councilmembers
11:00 AM, Friday, October 2, 2020
Cuba Hunter Park. Entrance at 3540 Bedford Rd
Sculpture Installation by Artist Matt Babcock
10 AM to 5 PM, Thursday October 1, 2020