The Santa Cruz Museum of Art and History is dedicating the 3rd Friday Event to the idea of the kind of innovative thinking that has created the entrepreneurial atmosphere of Silicon Valley. Under the title of Design and Innovation the MAH gives the public the opportunity to interact with many projects created for this event.
The Nomadic Labyrinth was invited to be part of Design and Innovation and will stay in the atrium of the museum until June 1st. For the event the labyrinth had a lot of visitors, specially children that seemed to enjoy the vibrant carpet patterns and the intricate arabesque design.
From Santa Cruz, the Nomadic Labyrinth will travel back to San Francisco, this time to Yerbabuena Center for the Arts, YBCA.
Summer Solstice Walk at YBCA
Thursday June 19th, 4 - 8pm
The Nomadic Labyrinth is a mobile public art project funded by the San Francisco Arts Commission Cultural Equity Grants.
1890 Bryant Studios Exhibition
The Mother of All Questions
in Crete and the creation of a labyrinth