Lost Knowledges, Vanishing Histories
Exhibit now thru end of September
Jessica Porzuczek is a Connecticut artist and educator. Her work is socially engaged and speaks to community connection, healing and ecological sustainability. Come view and enjoy this participatory project.
Becorns: A Woodland World of Wonder
Exhibit & Sale by David Bird
Opening Reception – Sunday, Sept. 8, 2 – 4 p.m.
Exhibit thru October 31
David Bird is a photographer based in Danielson, CT who got his start in character design by working for Lego in Denmark. He makes characters out of acorns, sticks, and whatever else he finds in the back yard, and then he photographs them in the wild with real animals. Most of these photos are the result of a careful study of animal behavior, patience, and a lot of birdseed. You can view his photography and toy designs at davidmbird.com or follow him on Instagram at @davidmbird. Free admission.
Nature Sketchbook Journaling
Saturday, Sept. 21, 9 a.m. – noon
Spend time at the Center sketching and painting nature, using pencil, pen and watercolor. Roxanne Steed will teach drawing and watercolor techniques. Register online or call 860-928-4948 for a list of materials to bring. Fee: $10 CAS members; $20 non-members.