Attendees can also and explore poetry and inspiration along the trail, learn about birds and designs in nature and draw their own landscapes
"I think there's a notion that art only happens inside the four walls of a museum or a gallery," Riley said.
The trail loop, which showcases the art, includes the shelter, a grassy lawn and even a prairie-type setting. The visual art displayed is equally versatile: different painting styles to mixed media, Riley said.
Attendees sees and participate as little or as much as they like, all at their own pace.
"It's very much a 'moving' activity," Riley said. "Go and spend as much time as you like and circle back and then circle back a second time if that's what you want to do."
According to a news release from the Forest Preserve District of Will County, main stage musical offerings will include: The Big Lagniappe, a New Orleans-inspired band from noon to 1:30 p.m. and The Pickin’ Grinners, a bluegrass band, from 2 to 3:30 p.m.
Other musical performers scheduled to perform are Spanish classical guitarist Neil Dix Smith; musical trio Kielbasa & Kimchi, playing contemporary, classical and jazz music; and master drummer Mark Vaugh, the release also said.