Wayfinding: Imaging History with (Our)story, a socially engaged artwork attempting to bridge ancient history with the 21st century.
Wayfinding is a form of plein air project, with paint and canvas replaced by cell phones and computer tablets. The general public is invited to create images and words on the carriage roads at Olana and post their art into an online gallery.
Visit the Wayfinding launch point at Olana’s Wagon House Education Center to pick up a brochure and map and start your walk to Crown Hill
Credit: Exhibition overview from museum website.