Sanctuary 2017

Bobbette Rose

Katherine Steichen-Rosing

Marina Y. Kelly, Christine Olson

Betsy Delzer

Karen Reppen

Beverly Gordon

Cynthia Reynolds

Sanctuary 2017 title
Download Registration Form (Word doc)

Download Information Sheet (pdf)

Get creative using natural materials from the land

August 15 – October 15, 2017

Linda and Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice & Sustainability

Artists’ Reception Sept. 23, 1-3pm

This is an open invitation to come and be creative. Create something new and fresh in the woods. There is space for everyone who wants to be involved. All work is created out of doors, in the woods of the Natural Path Sanctuary on the Farley Center land.

To be involved, fill out a registration form and commit to a few things. Download a copy of the form from above link or contact us if you have questions.

To participate, each artist will:

Sat. May 6,
1-3 pm
Come to one organizational meeting at the Farley Center
by May 20 Commit to participating and submit your registration form
by June 20 Choose a site in the Natural Path Sanctuary
by Aug. 1 Let us know the title and 1-2 lines about your piece.
by Aug 15 Have your piece complete (you can work all through summer)
Sept. 23 Be present at the Artist Talk/Reception and be prepared to talk a little about your piece as we lead a walk-about viewing the art.

The Theme

The theme this year is “sanctuary.” All the art will be located in the Natural Path Sanctuary which is a green burial grounds and woods. “Sanctuary” has also become a term with many meanings within our current cultural and political environment. What does “sanctuary” mean to you?

Materials

Everything used to create your piece has to be able to decompose back into the ground, so no plastics, cans, etc. We encourage you to use what you find on the grounds but you can also use materials you find in other places.

Promotion

The Farley Center will be posting about the art project through the process. Officially the show will be up mid-Aug. to mid-Oct and we will do a press release with photos. There will be a handout with a map that includes the name(s) of each artists, the title of the piece and a short description about the piece (that you provide) to help visitors find and enjoy the work. You are encouraged to tell your friends networks about the work as well.

More information and a tour of the grounds will come at the organizational meeting.

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