Posted by: groundsforsculpture | October 8, 2010

Grounds For Sculpture Presents Art 10 Ways

By Rena Perrone, Community Events Coordinator  

This year, Grounds For Sculpture is celebrating its 10th Anniversary as a non-profit by throwing a party on the tenth day of the tenth month in 2010! On October 10th, from 11am – 5pm, join us for a very special day of celebrating art TEN ways, all of which take place at Grounds For Sculpture throughout the year!

Participate in workshops dedicated to our Artist In Residence program, take tours of the park, or view a display of images exhibiting the progression of GFS from then ‘til now. See artists-in-the-park at work, attend a poetry reading, catch a music performance, dine on artistic food from Rat’s Restaurant and The Peacock Café, and enjoy an afternoon dance performance. All these fun activities will lead up to a special lecture given by GFS Founder, J. Seward Johnson at 4:30pm.

Music performances include singer/songwriter Shaun Ruymen at Noon and the strong harmonies of Sarah Donner at 1:30pm. Dance performances in the park include the Kalamandir Dance Company at 1pm and MM2 Modern Dance at 2:30pm. Visitors can also take part in an interactive exhibit, titled Make Your Mark, where first-time and devoted visitors can share with us, their memorable moments at GFS and place them on a enlarged map of the Grounds. Our very special Poets’ Invitational will take place at 2pm, featuring readings from a selected group of poets – the winners of our very first Poets’ Invitational Contest! With all these fun activities in one place on one day, you won’t want to miss this day-long event!


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