Colorful bird sculptures flock to Lakeshore State Park in Milwaukee
MILWAUKEE (CBS 58) -- The Wisconsin Department of Natural Resources (DNR) announced the installation on the first-ever temporary public art project at Lakeshore State Park is complete on Tuesday, June 22.
Officials say the flock of swallow sculptures titled "REbirth" features 22 five-foot-tall brightly colored swallows made of regenerable plastic. Cracking Art calls the plastic regenerable because each bird is crafted from re-purposed plastic and will be turned into another iteration of its, according to a news release.
Black Box Fund is offering six weeks of community connection through the arts with the Out of the Box summer series at Lakeshore State Park. Learn more about Cracking Art's colorful bird sculptures and the full schedule of public events at https://t.co/90samfUJSi.— Mayor Tom Barrett (@MayorOfMKE) June 21, 2021
Lakeshore State Park is adjacent to the Henry W. Maier Festival Grounds and Discovery World in downtown Milwaukee.
For more information about REbirth, click here.