Collaborative Concepts Farm Project 2015

Sculpture at Saunders Farm Aug. 31 to Oct. 31

Collaborative Concepts, a nonprofit organization of professional artists, will once again bring together sculpture and installations by more than 70 participants on the rolling fields of the 140-acre Saunders Farm in Garrison. The Farm Project 2015 marks the exhibit’s 10th anniversary at Saunders Farm. Visitors are welcome to the opening and the mid-run reception, both free, with refreshments and entertainment.

Cold Spring artist Cassandra Saulter enjoys the view from her entry, “Couch on the Farm”, part of “Farm Project 2015” at Saunders Farm in Garrison. (Photo by M. Turton)

Cold Spring artist Cassandra Saulter enjoys the view from her entry, “Couch on the Farm”, part of “Farm Project 2015” at Saunders Farm in Garrison. (Photo by M. Turton)

At the opening reception on Sept. 5 (rain date Sept. 6), a program of performance art will be presented from 2 to 6 p.m. in the fields, and music will be presented from 3:30 to 6 p.m. Visitors may bring a picnic and blanket.

At the mid-run reception on Oct. 3 (rain date Oct. 4), a program of dance, opera and theater will be presented from 2 to 5 p.m.

Sculpture by Peter Schlemowitz at Saunders Farm in 2015 (Photo courtesy of the artist)

Sculpture by Peter Schlemowitz at Saunders Farm in 2015 (Photo courtesy of the artist)

The exhibit will be open daily from 10 a.m. to dusk from Aug. 31 through Oct. 31. Saunders Farm is located at 853 Old Albany Post Road in Garrison. Parking is free; free handicap access is provided with an on-site “taxi service” during the two openings only.

For more information, visit collaborativeconcepts.org or call 845-528-1797.


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