Come Create an Urban Fruit Trail

If your looking for a fun community event this weekend, come join the Riverside Art Museum (RAM) at Lincoln Park in Eastside for a new Riverside ArtMake participatory project. RAM is bringing Los Angeles–based, internationally acclaimed art collaborative Fallen Fruit (David Allen Burns and Austin Young) back to Riverside!

On Saturday, February 21 from 12-3pm at Lincoln Park in Eastside, Fallen Fruit will work with RAM and residents to install Riverside’s first “Urban Fruit Trail.” Come help plant and grow an “Urban Fruit Trail” and make it our own public artwork in Riverside! Fallen Fruit will plant 12 trees in Lincoln Park and extend the trail throughout the neighborhood with your participation and help. Sound like fun? Just think, you’ll be able to come back and visit your work any time, and in the future you’ll be able to enjoy the “fruits” of your labor.

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