LUMBERYARD Family Festival for a Sustainable Earth

12:30PM: A free class for Young Performers! All ages and abilities welcome – a great way to sample the LUMBERYARD Young Performers program, which starts September 16th at Catskill Middle School. Each week, students in grades 4-8 from Greene County schools and surrounding areas will be introduced to a variety of performing art forms, including puppetry, percussion and movement.
2PM film screenings by Jon Bowermaster
Adults: $10; Children under 14: free
Jon and his team have focused on a series of short films about the environmental risks to, and hopes for the Hudson River Valley, the birthplace of the American environmental movement.
3:30PM: Tarnished Nature, Erasable Art
An interactive art exhibit by Lydia Rubio
Free event | RSVP on Facebook
Visual artist Lydia Rubio will exhibit five large format paintings on panel related to environmental issues in the Hudson River. She will invite the public to participate in a sequence of erasures and redrawing of the works including references to the sites painted by Frederick Church and Thomas Cole, to evidence the urgency to stop the destruction of nature.
5PM reception with the artists
12:30PM Until 7:00PM
LUMBERYARD Center for Film and Performing Arts
Catskill, NY

62 Water Street
Catskill, NY 12414
United States

(855) 459-3849