On the trail of public art

by Jennifer Pritchett

This article first appeared in the Dec. 2, 2013 edition of the Telegraph-Journal

 

SAINT JOHN – The creation of an International Sculpture Trail that spans through Maine and into southwestern New Brunswick all the way to Sussex – a first for this province – is designed to promote community arts development and boost tourism.

Diana Alexander, executive director of Sculpture Saint John, and Tourism Minister Trevor Holder announced the new trail map on Monday as a self-guided tour of public stone sculpture that has been, and will be in 2014, created at the New Brunswick International Sculpture Symposium in Saint John and the Schoodic International Sculpture Symposium in Maine.

The trail builds on the “Two Nation Vacation” campaign that governments on

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