The Art Garden invites you to participate
in a Community Exhibit
that explores the theme[s] of
Uncertainty, Transitions and Change:
How it works:
How does uncertainty affect you?
What are some daily transitions you [and your family or friends] experience?
What changes do you wrestle with and/or embrace?
Pema Chodron (sorry for the missing umlauts) begins her book,
Living Beautifully: with Uncertainty and Change,
with this quote from Agnes de Mille:
“Living is a form of not being sure, not knowing what next or how. The moment you know how, you begin to die a little. The artist never entirely knows. We guess. We may be wrong, but we take leap after leap in the dark.”
What role does ‘not knowing’ play in your creative process?
What images, stories, ideas and questions do you have about any or all of this?
at the dead-looking
in my yard
Colorful and falling leaves here in Shelburne Falls
have an extraordinary beauty,
even as they herald colder weather to come.
Uneasiness, tension and deep anxiety are plaguing many
in these last weeks before our national election.
How do we weather all the
A painting, poem, drawing,
photograph, story, collage,
sculpture, performance, etc!
Participation is free and open to all ages and experience! All work* that relates to the theme[s] will be included. *Some size restrictions apply.
Please call ahead if your work is larger than 3′ in any direction.
Please deliver your work to The Art Garden
between November 3 – 5 (1pm – 5pm.)
Call if you need to arrange a different time: 413-625-2782
November 12, 6pm – 8pm
Our receptions are fun intergenerational events. Performances start at 7pm.
Please call before November 8 if you have a story, poem, performance, song, or other off-the-wall idea that relates to the theme[s].
Questions? Call 413-625-2782 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
You can view this Community Exhibit through December 10, 2016
Mondays through Saturdays, 1pm – 5pm
at The Art Garden, 14 Depot St, Shelburne Falls, MA
(in the same building as the Trolley Museum.)
Please use Elm Street to access our parking.
This Community Exhibit is supported in part
by the following Local Cultural Councils: