Water Finds A Way





‘Water Finds A Way’ Community Labyrinth is a collaboration between AFTA Productions and artists Chris Ghantous & William Stranger. The concept of this installation is inspired by one of our most precious resources: water. This temporary public art installation will be on exhibit September 18th – November 18th, 2015 at the City of Glendale’s Civic Center courtyard between the Glendale Water & Power Building, Municipal Services Building and adjacent to City Hall. Special thanks to the Metropolitan Water District of Southern California and Glendale Water & Power for supporting this installation.

The labyrinth is constructed from organic and reclaimed materials. It’s navigation path is defined using rock-filled Earthknit a material used to mitigate an abundance of water and reclaimed wood posts. The walk leads to a center where glass mulch, mixed media and solar powered LED’s create a “water feature.”

Join us on Sunday September 27th 12-4p at the Water Finds A Way Labyrinth for an artist tour of the exhibit, water conservation demo’s and information from Glendale Water & Power and Hey! Tanks LA, learn about drought tolerant and native plants from the Theodore Payne Foundation, swap succulents with Potted, enjoy sips and bites by Croft Alley and experience the sounds of Robert Hilton playing his hand-crafted instruments. For more information

Water Finds A Way Press Release

Artists’ labyrinth in Glendale reminds people there’s a water shortage – LA Times

Glendale sculpture flows with drought message – Glendale News Press

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