Interpretive Sign Network; Nature Revealed: Discovering Nature Through Art
Project Summary & Public Benefits
The Natural Resources Department will be creating, constructing, and installing interpretive, natural resource art installations throughout significant natural areas to educate patrons about natural history and the environment.
From July 2013 to May 2014, public meetings were held at each of the parks to share information and details about the Nature Revealed: Discovering Nature through Art bond project. Minutes from each of those public meetings can be found in the Meetings section on the right side of this web page.
****Last updated July 22, 2014****
Construction and installation of artwork in parks will begin in August 2014. Please note the specific park installation dates below; these will be updated further as final dates are confirmed.
As with most construction activities, there will be noise, dust, and traffic/trail impacts. Areas of the park may be temporarily closed to the public via fencing, flagging, and signs. For your safety, please keep away from the construction areas. We apologize in advance for these inconvenices and appreciate your understanding and patience.
Jordan Woods Natural Area Installation: August 4 - 5, 2014
Greenway Park and Raleigh Swim Center/Park Installation: Mid-August - September, 2014
For specific information and details about the artwork that will be installed, please reference the Final Design document in the Document Center on the right side of this webpage.
If you have any questions or need additional information about the Nature Revealed: Discovering Nature through Art project, please contact Kristin Atman, Interpretive Programs Supervisor, at 503/629-6350 or via email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please direct bond project-related comments or questions to 503/629-6305 or electronically via THPRD's web contact form.
Bethany Lake Park/Rock Creek Greenway: John Grade, Artist
Hazeldale Park: Stacy Levy, Artist
Jordan Woods Natural Area: Vaughn Bell, Artist
Raleigh Swim Center/Park and Greenway Park: Adam Kuby, Artist