August 15th marked a new event on Nova Scotia’s art calendar – in Upper Economy on the Bay of Fundy, the 70 acre farm Red Clay invited audiences to go down the rabbit hole and experience wondrous installations and performances happening in the vast domain’s ponds, streams, orchards, fields and forest.
The festival was organized as part retreat, part residency for 15 invited artists who camped on-site for one week, participating in skill sharing activities, group performances, radio shows, workshops, lectures, hikes and much more. Each artist picked a site on the property to explore ideas and create artworks that were then presented during the festival.
Check the website too: http://whiterabbitarts.ca/
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