APP EXTRA: Land With No Name, part 1 - Tucson News Now

APP EXTRA: Land With No Name, part 1

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TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

Tucked away in the middle of a desert near Tucson is The Land with No Name: Sanctuary for Homeless Sculpture.

The desert landscape promotes a completely unique habitat for the unique pieces of art.

Not only are sculptures placed throughout the 25-acre tract of land, but the co-founders also offer classes, workshops and consider this a gathering space for the community.

Tucson News Now took a tour with founders Ted Springer and Kate Hodges to find a little more about this one-of-a-kind place.

This is first part of our three-part mini documentary. You can see part 2 HERE and part 3 HERE.

For guided tours or more information, check out their website www.thelandwithnoname.net or Facebook page https://www.facebook.com/thelandwithnoname.

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