12 other performers
and water carriers in a
contemporary ceremony and
that helped open
Source, a Community Exhibit about Water on May 5, 2012.
Photographs of the ceremony were taken by Laura Iveson and James Smith, who also have work in the exhibit.
will take place at 8:30 pm
on June 9th,
after our closing reception
which will run from 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm,
with performances from 7 – 8 pm.
The Greening Girl,
a living sculpture
about 8′ tall
that will eventually get ‘planted’
at Wilder Brook Farm
for a video/slide show
of Act 1
this side of the flood WATERS.
and Kristen Strange
and plant research…
for welding the rebar skirt…
from Plants for Pleasure
for the beautiful moss
and a half case of florist foam
for their support
Drink Water…Ponder Source
exhibit is part of.
There are 67 pieces in the exhibit, created by 47 artists, ages 7 – 77.
You can see the exhibit during The Art Garden’s regular hours:
Monday through Saturday 1 pm – 5 pm.
The exhibit takes place on the walls of The Art Garden’s studio. People making their own art in the studio have been inspired by the exhibit, reflecting on some of the ideas and processes they are surrounded by in their own work. Many of the responses, especially those made by children, have been added to the exhibit.
The exhibit, like community, is a living, growing, changing thing!