Join Dublin Arts Council for an hour of discovery in three Dublin parks this spring. Guided by an Ohio artist, participants will listen, observe, gather and connect with nature. The series is inspired by Dublin Arts Council’s Fractals: Patterns in Nature project, which explores how repeating patterns reduce stress and enhance individual and community well-being.
The series takes place every other Tuesday from 4 to 5 p.m., is free of charge and is appropriate for all ages. The walks are paced and activities require mobility on park paths.
Each of the artists has created a Fractal Box in the park where they are hosting their respective nature walk. Fractal Boxes are public art vessels that serve as distribution points for free activity booklets that offer visitors an interactive introduction to the world of patterns in nature. Information about the Fractals: Patterns in Nature project can be found at dublinarts.org/fractals.
The guided nature walks are free and it is not necessary to register or to attend the entire series. For more information, or call 614.889.7444. Group walks will be canceled in case of inclement weather. A recording of each walk will be posted on the Fractals web page so listeners can enjoy the series on their own.
The Fractals: Patterns in Nature project is presented by Dublin Arts Council with support from City of Dublin, Cardinal Health and Ohio Arts Council and is also part of an Ohio State University dissertation research project.