Public art experience 'ArtAround: Pathways' celebrates the intersection of art and nature in Roswell

The sculpture “Miles” by artist Olu Amoda. (Courtesy of Crystal Alexis)

A new public art experience is flocking into the lovely natural spaces of Roswell, Georgia. “ArtAround: Pathways” has opened its inaugural art season as part of a creative program from the City of Roswell and the Roswell Arts Fund, presenting visual art, installations, performance and workshops all throughout green spaces in the area.

It’s all free and open to the public through September 30. In this interview, ArtAround: Pathways program director Elan Buchen spoke with “City Lights” host Lois Reitzes to speak more about the new art experience. 

You can find information about the artists and program schedule for Roswell’s ArtAround: Pathways here.