Tickets are still available for events on June 12 and 17! Marjorie Park, art park for the Museum of Outdoor Arts has received a face-lift. To celebrate the renovation, the Museum will hold a FREE family-friendly event on Saturday, June 12 from noon to 4 p.m. Enjoy artwork walking tours, art activations and entertainment by DJ Walt White. Drinks and food are available for purchase from Simply Pizza Food Truck and Em’s Ice Cream.
To maintain a COVID-19 safe environment, event registration is required — click here.
The park features more than 40 permanent artworks, most of which are sculptures. MOA will regularly activate Marjorie Park with a variety of programs and entertainment, including a summer concert series, a “Lunch and Learn” series focused on artwork demonstrations and lectures, UnWine Wednesdays, a weekly fitness series, ongoing yoga classes and more.
A new labyrinth-like hardscape feature, designed after the seven petal vesica, serves as the grand centerpiece of the 2.1-acre park.
Other park features include stadium grass seating, a lion’s den sculpture walk, a kinetic sculpture, and a life-size bronze sculpture series of “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” by sculptor Harry Marinsky.
Throughout the month of June, all programming will be FREE and open to the public, including:
“Lunch and Learn” with artist Reven Swanson on June 14
YogaRita on June 15 and 29
Family-friendly summer concert series kickoff event with Stone Beat Invasion, featuring music by the Beatles and Rolling Stones, on June 17 — tickets are still available here
“UnWine Wednesday,” a membership preview event sponsored by Simply Pizza featuring interactive art activities and live music by the “String Bean Duo” on June 23
Marjorie Park is located on the north side of Fiddler’s Green Amphitheatre at 6331 S. Fiddlers Green Cir., Greenwood Village.