Two of the many Boston Harbor Islands are following in the artistic footsteps of Cambridge's sidewalks. Spectacle Island and Georges Island (careful, that one's haunted) plan to host public-art installations and performances throughout the summer.
The Globe's Steve Annear has the scuttlebutt: On Spectacle Island, interactive and participatory music and visual art performances will be held every Saturday through August. The Georges Island portion of the project, called 'COVE,' will offer 11 different visual arts installations." Don't want to traverse to the islands themselves? They'll be an exhibit beginning later next month at the Boston Harbor Islands Welcome Center on the Greenway. Need more public-art options? Check out our map of other must-see exhibits around the region this summer.
· Harbor Islands to Become Interactive Art Spaces [Globe]
· Cambridge Giving Shot at Immortality Through Sidewalk Poetry [Curbed Boston]
· Check Out the Hub's Must-See Public Art for Summer 2015 [Curbed Boston]
· Get Glued to the Beaches of Greater Boston's Spectacle Island [Curbed Boston]
· Mapping the 16 Most Haunted Spots Around Greater Boston [Curbed Boston]
· Our Public Art archive [Curbed Boston]