D&R Greenway’s “Space to Dream” Art Exhibit
Monday, March 21 – Friday, May 27, 2022
Tuesday through Friday, 10am to 2pm
Also open on the following Saturdays: March 26, April 9 and May 7, from 12 noon to 4pm
Explore the many open spaces in nature that have fostered human creativity and artistic expression. From still waters to a lively city park to vibrant wilderness, preserving land allows future generations to draw inspiration from wild and precious natural environs. This exhibit shows how the complexity of human activity and the simplicity of nature intertwine.
Ting Ting Hsu
Charles David Viera
This exhibit will also feature art from high school students in the
Latin American Legal Defense and Education Fund’s FUTURO program,
an inclusive and diverse youth mentoring program for
promising first and second generation immigrant students.
Art (l-r) by: Tricia Zimic, Erica Harney, Moss Freedman, Sean Carney, and Ting Ting Hsu
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D&R Greenway Land Trust, an accredited nonprofit, has saved over 22,000 acres of New Jersey land since its founding in 1989. By preserving land for life and creating public trails, it gives everyone the opportunity to enjoy the great outdoors. The land trust’s preserved farms and community gardens provide local organic food for our neighbors—including those most in need. Through strategic land conservation and stewardship, D&R Greenway combats climate change, protects birds and wildlife, and ensures clean drinking water for future generations. D&R Greenway’s mission is centered in connecting land with people from all walks of life.
Visit our Facebook and Instagram pages and www.drgreenway.org to learn about the organization’s latest news and other programs. The best way to reach D&R Greenway Staff is by email at email@example.com, or by phone, 609-578-7470.