Forge Ahead Arts set to hold water exhibit
Nonprofit’s event set for today at Central Park
The “River 4: Water From a Stone” installation in Central Park will begin at 10 a.m. today as a moving “river” sculpture in the Santa Clarita Valley. It is the fourth annual exhibit in a series of river installations created by nonprofit Forge Ahead Arts.
The nonprofit, according to its website, seeks to use this exhibit to give its participants the opportunity to engage in artistic conversations about the resource of water.
Participants can spend a few hours “flowing” through the SCV while carrying “water is life” umbrellas. The process will be filmed to symbolically document how “water” moves around and through the environment.
“The way we use our limited water, truly the basis of life, reflects how we see ourselves within our environment, and how we choose to spend this resource reveals what we most value,” a Forge Ahead Arts release stated.
The event will take place on the Central Park trail that faces Newhall Ranch Road, which is located near the water tower about a half-mile from the parking lot, according to its page.
Forge Ahead Arts, a nonprofit organization, will be hosting its “River 4: Water From a Stone” installation today at 10 a.m. in Central Park.