Cal Anderson Park
A large AIDS Memorial Pathway art installation provides a moment for quiet contemplation in this public park.
The Ribbons of Light at night.
Capitol Hill’s main park is a public sanctuary and community hub, complete with multiple promenade paths, a kids’ play area, a fountain, a reflecting pond, and athletic fields. Locals can often be seen playing on the oversized chessboards. One of the more recent additions to the park is the AIDS Memorial Pathway, a series of three art installations by Horatio Hung‑Yan Law. They can be experienced in daylight, but at night, LED lights sets them aglow.
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The park is free and open to the public.
March 16, 2023
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