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Tucson J plans physically distant Sculpture Garden opening

j-sculpture-garden_Cutline: New and established works will be on display at the Tucson Jewish Community Center’s Sculpture Garden opening on Oct. 25. (Photo: Jacob Kaufman)

The Tucson Jewish Community Center will hold a physically distanced opening for its Sculpture Garden on Sunday, Oct. 25, from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. The Sculpture Garden, created in 2009, includes new and established artists and is a cornerstone of the J’s arts programming.

The opening will feature nine new juried pieces along with more than 40 other works. Visitors can stroll through the garden and discuss the new works with the artists.

To allow for appropriate physical distancing, the J is limiting the opening to 30 visitors per hour. Entry times are 9 a.m., 10, a.m., 11 a.m., and noon. Guests must register in advance and wear a mask. Once a reservation is confirmed, guests will receive an email with parking directions and instructions on how to access the Sculpture Garden.

A new Fine Art Gallery show by artist Curt Brill also will be available for viewing.

To reserve, click here or call the J at (520) 299-3000.