Join us for our FREE Community Conversation in Hudson, NY. Along with our co-host Good Work Institute and partnering org. Kites Nest, we will be discussing the topics of citizenship, history and the complications of both.
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Why are we obsessed with Wild Wild Country and The Handmaids Tale? Is it the color red? What current undertones in our culture are being massaged by these utopian and dystopian visions?
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“A path is a prior interpretation of the best way to traverse a landscape.”― Rebecca Solnit, Wanderlust: A History of Walking
Today what is the role of the artist to place and place to artist? How do the colors of a place affect the creations in a place? Why is art important to our place now? These and other big questions surrounding color, history and art will be discussed at Instar Lodge’s upcoming FREE public Summer Place Community Conversation, co-hosted with Good Work Institute at Olana, June 24th at 3:00pm. Always FREE, always for EVERYONE.
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*Image: “Final Approach to the Main House, Above the Flower Garden, OLANA” C. 1885-1914
Join us May 27th for our fourth FREE Community Conversation at Art Omi, in Ghent NY. Instar Lodge's Community Conversation series activates public landscapes and institutions in the Hudson Valley with shared dialogue around relevant topics. It takes the expert off the stage and brings community in stride together as equal learners, it is a Socratic School.
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