In anticipation of Open Field’s June 2nd grand opening, April begins with the launch of the Open Field 2012 website, a resource created with your summer in mind. See what’s happening on the field, view an archive of past projects and propose your own activity, if you so choose.
Events to look forward to this summer include The Big String Thing; an over-sized exercise in string formations, a personal Post Office as envisioned by a local printmaker and much more. With an eclectic mix of Acoustic Campfire acts and Drawing Club hosts on Target Free Thursday Nights, your Thursdays will never be left wanting.
New on the field this year are Analog Tweets, Open Field’s Little Free Library, our very own Phenologist in Residence, and custom made Tool Kits available at the Tool Shed. Also keep an eye out for our two Artist Residencies; ROLU and Kitchen Lab.
Interested in sharing your skills on the field this summer? Whether you intend to host a balloon animal workshop or bring to light the secret lives of plankton through dance, head to the website to Propose Your Activity. An Open Field Info Session will be held on May 10th at 6pm at the Walker Art Center for anyone interested in learning more about Open Field. Details will be posted on our Facebook page. Hope to see you there!
Send additional inquiries to Lindsay Kaplan, the Open Field Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org