“Mama Tingo” by sculptor Will Smith Cabrera is one of the new sculptures now on view along Salem’s Harbor Connector Path. (John Andrews)
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Salem will host Harbor Connector Path Sculpture Garden

SALEM — Eight new sculptures were installed along the Salem Harbor Connector Path last week for the second annual Salem Harbor Connector Path Sculpture Garden.

With funding from a MassTrails grant, and support from the Salem Public Art Commission and Mayor Kimberley Driscoll, the Harbor Connector Path extends Salem’s multi-use trail network from the Peter Tracy Walkway at Collins Cove to the Bentley School and Derby Street. 

“This exciting project is a continuation of our work to advance the vision of Salem’s Public Art Master Plan,” said Driscoll. 

The new sculptures will be on displ…

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