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Multimedia art installation on exhibit at the Rose Rudman Trail

by Jenny Wells - March 24, 2016

Press Release
For Immediate Release
March 24, 2016

Multimedia art installation on exhibit at the Rose Rudman Trail

A new art installation at Rose Rudman Trails has been unveiled. Created by University of Texas at Tyler Fine Arts student Nora Schreiber, the installation will stretch through the Rose Rudman Trail between East SE Loop 323 and Shiloh Road. The art will remain on display through April 20 and is free to the public during park hours (6 a.m. to midnight).

The installation features large vinyl prints that showcase East Texas community members masked by complimentary words. As viewers walk through the trail, they will encounter a more sculptural part of the installation. The entire installation was produced to invoke a sense of community and togetherness, according to Schreiber.

“We are excited to offer something new at the Rose Rudman Trail,” shared Stephanie Rollings, Parks and Recreation director. “Hopefully, the artwork can encourage people who have never been to the trail to get out and come see what Rose Rudman has to offer.”

Rollings also hopes that piloting this art installation will invite other artists in the area to approach the Parks Department and display their work for the community to enjoy.

For more information about the Rose Rudman Trail or the art installation, contact the Tyler Parks and Recreation Department at (903) 531-1370.


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