Opening event for A Pine in the Sand, winner of the Radcliffe Institute Public Art Competition


A Pine in the Sand tells a story about environmental change and evolution through natural processes while highlighting the often overlooked maintenance work required for preserving built and natural environments. Composed of a pine tree planted atop a mound of white sand opposite rows of granite benches assembled like pews, it is periodically documented and re-formed during events throughout the seasons.

Free and open to the public.