Cahoon Museum Blue Trees Installation Starting This Week

COTUIT – The Cahoon Museum of American Art in Cotuit is preparing for the arrival of the environmental art exhibition, “Konstantin Dimopuolos: The Blue Trees”, which will be installed this week and culminate with a tree coloring event on June 1st.

The museum has invited internationally renowned artist Konstantin Dimopuolos to color large trees on museum grounds, including a large sassafras tree directly in front of the museum on Route 28.

The art project is designed to call attention to global warming as part of a mission Dimopuolos has undertaken as an environmental artist who makes grand public statements through art.

A small grove of 65 young trees will be delivered to the museum grounds in honor of the arrival of Dimopuolos, community members are invited to stop by the museum and color these smaller trees.

The museum will also allow free admission during the community tree coloring and will host an adopt-a-blue-tree initiative to help support the exhibition.

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