Keeping the Dream Alive
Our community is at the heart of everything we do and it feels more important than ever to stay connected and keep our dreams alive.
This season, all activities will take place outdoors and online, adhering to current social distancing and public health policies pertaining to Covid-19.
In this challenging time, together we at Farm Arts Collective are finding ways to carry on:
Dream on the Farm – a site-specific farm performance in August will explore themes of ecology, extinction, and climate change—creatively designed to accommodate safety and social distancing for small audiences, rehearsing via Zoom right now
Farm Day Workshops – both online and at the farm (as social distancing measures allow)
A Brief History of Farming – an outdoor play by playwright and longtime organic farmer and activist Mark Dunau, ready to tour when it is safe to do so
We are committed to sharing our agri-cultural offerings with you this season, safely.
Pictured: Sue Currier, President of Farm Arts Collective