Celebrate the Trustees’ New Public Art Installation with Outdoor Yoga

Jeppe Hein's "A New End" is a gorgeous, dizzying labyrinth of mirrors.

A New End

“A New End,” by Jeppe Hein/Photo provided

Whether it’s at the ICA, MFA, or PEM, yoga and art go together like savasana and child’s pose. And now, you’ve got another way to soak in some culture while you flow.

In celebration of the Trustees’ second public art installation, at Hingham’s World’s End, PopUpAsana will teach a large-scale, all-levels yoga class atop the property’s Planter’s Hill. You’ll vinyasa with views of the harbor, the Boston skyline, and the installation itself: a labyrinth of mirrors inspired by World’s End’s unique shape, which capture and project their surroundings to gorgeous effect.

The piece, titled “A New End” and created by Danish artist Jeppe Hein, will be feted on Sunday, September 18 with yoga, a reception, live music, and interactive art activities. Yoga costs $12 for Trustees members, or $20 for non-members.

Can’t make it to the ceremony? No problem—the piece will be on display through next October. Sadly, though, yoga is a one-time affair.

$20, 9/18, 10:30 a.m. World’s End, Hingham, thetrustees.org. Register for yoga here. Bring your own mat.

A New end

“A New End”/photo provided