Jasmin Morse, Editor-in-Chief and Web Editor 9-14-18
On Saturday, September 22 the Sole of Rockland will be unveiled at the Rockland Memorial Library. Townspeople created the footprints and RHS art students recreated them as part of the project to highlight the many local attractions that are important in Rockland.
Carolyn Lewenberg demonstrating how to spray paint the circles for the Sole of Rockland project. photo by Arianna Esposito
RHS art students learn how they will do their sidewalk art footprints on Friday, Sept. 14.
Explaining the process that they will use with stencils for their circles and sidewalk art Sole of Rockland project are artists Annis Sengupta and Carolyn Lewenberg. photo by Arianna Esposito
The background for one of the sole of Rockland footprints is spray painted by art student Mercedez Johnson. photo by Arianna Esposito
Rockland High art students this morning in front of the town hall learn what they will be doing. Artists Annis Sengupta and Carolyn Lewenberg and teacher Cheryl Thompson led the group. photo by Arianna Esposito
During today’s C, D, F and G block classes, many of Ms. Cheryl Thompson’s art students participated in decorating the sidewalks of Rockland for next Saturday’s Sole of Rockland Celebration. Led by Massachusetts Area Planning Council (MAPC) artists, Annis Sengupta and Carolyn Lewenberg, students painted the sidewalks with murals of shoe prints and footprints in the residents’ favorite Rockland locations.
Join the Open Space Committee, Rockland Highway Department, and Rockland Park Department for a fall Clean Up Day along Union Street and the Rail Trail followed by the Sole of Rockland Celebration on Saturday, Sept. 22.