Bowman School Public Art Project
AUGUST 21, 2019
Bowman School, an internationally recognized, Montessori-accredited school located in Palo Alto since 1995, today announced the completion of a new public work of art located in the concrete walkways of its new Learning Village site. Created by renowned artist Kamau Patton, in collaboration with Bowman students, the new art work was inspired by Maria Montessori’s 10 “Human Tendencies” and features stainless steel words and symbols embedded into multiple sidewalks allowing students, teachers and parents to literally touch upon these values every day as they enter and exit the school. The extensive project was curated by Jim Ricks and the art work will be officially unveiled at the grand opening of Bowman’s Learning Village site, located on Arastradero Avenue in Palo Alto, on September 7, from 2:00 – 5:00 pm.