Trenton Hancock Doyle, doing an installation in the Olympic Sculpture Park pavilion opening August 18.
  • Trenton Hancock Doyle, doing an installation in the Olympic Sculpture Park pavilion opening August 18.
After 3 1/2 years of near-total deadness at the Olympic Sculpture Park, I am inordinately overjoyed (is that redundant? I AM SO INORDINATELY OVERJOYED THAT I DON'T CARE!) at what is going to be happening at the park this summer.

A collage Jenny Heishman put together in preparation for her temporary OSP work this summer.
  • A collage Jenny Heishman put together in preparation for her temporary OSP work this summer.
The museum has just released its summer schedule, which includes FIVE ephemeral sculptures by contemporary artists (Jenny Heishman, Whiting Tennis, Andrew Dadson, Mungo Thomson, and Jessica Jackson Hutchins—EACH AND EVERY ONE VERY AWESOME) opening June 12, a new indoor installation at the pavilion by Trenton Doyle Hancock opening August 18 (the current Geoff McFetridge installation has been up for approximately 14 years), and a Farmers Market on the Z path each and every Thursday from July 15 to September 9.

Now THAT is more of what I'm talking about.

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The whole schedule is in the PDF on the jump (free yoga every Saturday!). See. You. There.

*This post has been updated.

SAM-OSP_Summer_Season-Release.pdf