The Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path Weaves Its Way Through Sarasota
After The Labyrinth of The Unbroken Path was once again a featured installation at the Harvey Milk Festival in Five Points Park on May 17, the collaborative art project is now installed at The Tea House in Sarasota’s Downtown Village through the Village’s Fourth Friday Celebration.
Conceived by local artist Steve McAllister in cooperation with Spiral Enterprises, The Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path is a mobile art gallery consisting of repurposed materials and messages of hope and inspiration derived from a variety of luminaries and traditions. In addition to being installed at last year’s Harvey Milk Festival, The Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path has also been featured at three consecutive ArtSlam festivals in Bradenton, the Sarasota Chalk Festival, Earthdance Florida, and the Gratifly Music and Arts Festival in South Carolina. Filled with “traveling steps” that accompany each installation, messages found within The Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path invite visitors to paint their own messages on the pallets which comprise the walls of the interactive maze, creating a collaborative experience of creativity and community building.
“The hope for the Labyrinth,” says McAllister, “is for us to see beyond the differences of our various cultural journeys and open up to the similarities that unite us on the Unbroken Path that we all share.”
The Labyrinth of the Unbroken Path was recently featured in SarasotaDay.
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