Art'sWork Corn Maze
FROM TEOSINTE TO TOMORROW: 100x100 foot corn maze at the Ann and Jim Goodnight Museum Park, NCMA.

AUGUST to OCTOBER 2019

As part of the exhibit, Arts' Work in the Age of Biotechnology: Shaping Our Genetic Futures, there will be a corn maze planted this spring at the NCMA Museum Park. Beginning in May, It will require a lot of hand tending to keep back weeds, and cultivate the (non-GMO) corn into a maze that will open to the public in August.

All skill levels and ages welcome. But we are seeking a core team of STALWART volunteers who are willing and able to help on a regular basis.

SUN SCREEN will be available to all volunteers..

We will organize at least one weekend day during the summer to include children ages 6 to 12. Otherwise, we encourage children after initial planting (late June) if supervised by adult.

Visit our web site for more information about the exhibit project: go.ncsu.edu/artswork



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