Earth Dance 2019 -Environmental Art at the Farley Center

Event Dates: 
04/12/19
Farley Center - Earth Dance 2019 -Environmental Art at the FC
Saturday, September 14, 2019 at 1 PM – 3 PM
Linda & Gene Farley Center for Peace, Justice and Sustainability
2299 Spring Rose Rd, Verona, Wisconsin 53593
 
Using natural materials from the land, area artists have been invited to be inspired, expand creative boundaries, play with mystery, initiate surprise, explore and celebrate our connection to the earth at the Farley Center this summer.
 
Come take a walk-about and see what is created August 31 - November 4,  2019
 
You are invited to an Artist  Reception & Tour, Sat.,September 14, 2019 from 1:00-3:00 Participating artists will talk about their work as we take a tour throughout the land and see each art exhibit.  Light refreshments will be served.
 
WHAT’S NEW THIS YEAR
We are joining Nelson Institute in celebrating the 50th Anniversary of Earth Day along with a number of organizations. We are all promoting together and expect much more exposure and visitors than ever to see the work.
We are adding the opportunity for each participating artist to bring additional work to sell on the day of the reception as we make this a big art event for our visitors. 
 
For more information and to get involved, contact Program Director Caroline Tu Farley at programs@farleycenter.org
 
Earth Dance 2019: Environmental Art at the Farley Center
ARTISTS (as of 4/11/19)
 
Bobbette Rose
Chris Hindle
David Carlson
Katrina Krueger 
Sue Schuetz
Karen Reppen
Shedd Farley
Caroline Tu Farley
Phil Saunders
Gene Delcourt
Stacy Levin
Joel Wish
Dawn Wians
 
The Farley Center would like to thank all the artists who are participating this year. A special thank you to  Bobbette Rose who is the Farley Center Art Coordinator.. Bobbette was the Art Coordinator for the following art exhibits at the Farley Center:  
Sanctuary 2017: Environmental Land Art at the Farley Center
Earth Sculpture 2015: Environmental Land Art at the Farley Center
Earth Tones 2013: Environmental Land Art at the Farley Center