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Spring Break Fun at JSP! April 1-7

Looking for some spring break fun?! Josephine Sculpture Park has you covered! Come visit us for FREE any day, dawn to dusk, to explore 30 acres and over 70 sculpture and mural installations! We have TONS of new sculptures for you to check out.

You can also come to one of our programs; we have one EVERY DAY from April 1-7 (visit linked event pages for details):

April 1 SOLD OUTBirdhouse Painting & JSP Exhibition Workshop

April 2 Flower Pot Painting Workshop

April 3 Twirling Twig Mobile Workshop

April 4 Butterfly Book[binding] Workshop

April 5 Graffiti Writing: Make Your Mark on GRAPHOLOGYHENGE

April 6 ReForest Frankfort + JSP Nature Photography Club with Lucy Azubuike + Night Sky Tour: Preserving the Night & New Horizons

April 7 First Sunday Guided Nature Tour + Art in the (City) Parks: Seasonal Sculptures

Be pART of the ART!

Dixie Jewett

I grew up on a farm in Montana so my art is mostly animals as that’s what I know and have always cared about. I do a combination of fabricated structural steel, assemblage of misc. metal ‘found’ pieces and blacksmithing. I like detail and aim for excellent craftsmanship.

Open Every DAY!

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DBk61ijIVf0

You probably know that we host amazing music and art events featuring professional and emerging artists of all ages and abilities, but did you also know that we are open every single day of the year? JSP is free and open 365 and is a wonderful place to explore art and nature at your own pace. There is a peaceful picnic area and the park is also dog-friendly (please keep you four legged friends on a leash). And if you are looking for a little something extra, we offer self-guided activities on our website for parents and teachers as well. So pack a picnic or plan a field trip, just get on out to JSP to explore our exhibition of nearly 70 artworks!

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January 19 Night Sky Tour Cancelled

Night Sky Tours at Josephine Sculpture Park
Unfortunately we have had to cancel this event due to another rainy Saturday evening forecasted. Rain, Rain, PLEASE go away!!
 
The next scheduled Night Sky Tour is February 9 from 6:30-10:30, and we really hope to see you then.

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