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Eiko & Koma in NY

August 2, 2011

Eiko & Koma left Lynden the morning after their performance to return to New York to rehearse for a premiere at the Lincoln Center Out of Doors festival. Here's the review: http://www.nytimes.com/2011/08/01/arts/dance/eiko-koma-at-lincoln-center-out-of-doors-review.html?_r=1&scp=1&sq=Eiko%20&%20Koma&st=cse.

Eiko & Koma Photos

July 25, 2011

A big thank you to everyone that attended Eiko & Koma: Raven at Lynden on Saturday. We hope you enjoyed the event as much as we did. Here are a few pictures of Eiko & Koma at the garden, taken by Claire Ruzicka.

Eiko & Koma
Photo: Claire Ruzicka

Eiko & Koma
Photo: Claire Ruzicka

Eiko & Koma
Photo: Claire Ruzicka

Echo Park Film Center Filmmobile Workshop

July 25, 2011

We are very excited to have the Echo Park Film Center Filmmobile stopping by Lynden for a series of free events today. At 5 pm, Echo Park Film Center staff Paolo Davanzo and Lisa Marr will host a Direct Animation Workshop. This workshop is suitable for all ages. Following the workshop, there will be a picnic (bring your own picnic) at 7 pm, and a screening with live musical accompaniment at 8 pm.

For more info on the event, click here.

For more info on the Echo Park Film Center Filmmobile, click here, and to keep up with their journey across the country, click here.

Algae Pots

July 1, 2011

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas, whose native clay pots are still on display in the garden, has been working on a new project this summer. Using dried algae culled from the various ponds on our grounds, she has fashioned another series of small pots. They are currently arranged down by Little Lake (although today's strong winds have returned some to the water) where they are attracting the attention of curious ducklings!

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

UPDATE!
Yesterday's wind scattered the pots, and deer tracks indicate that it's not only ducklings who have had their curiosity piqued!

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

Inside/Outside artist Linda Wervey-Vitamvas has been making small pots out of dried algae from the ponds at Lynden.

To see the complete set, click here.

Dan Nauman's Bronze Railing in "Anvil's Ring"

June 27, 2011

Article from 'Anvil's Ring' on Dan Nauman's work at Lynden.

Dan Nauman and the bronze railing he made for Lynden (pictured above) are the subject of a four page spread in the Anvil's Ring, a magazine published by the Artist Blacksmith Association of North America (ABANA). For more information, click here.

Goose Update

June 21, 2011

Everyone will be relieved to know that the injured goose has finally been captured (thank you, Weston and Bob) and taken to the humane society.

Nohl Fellow Update

June 21, 2011

2003 Nohl Fellow Dick Blau is a contributor to a new book on real mothers in contemporary art.

Nohl Fellow Update

June 15, 2011

2007 Nohl Fellow and recent Suitcase Export Award recipient Faythe Levine looks back over her 10 years in Milwaukee. Read it over on her blog.

Twist for Max is Back

June 13, 2011

Thanks to the efforts of Sergio Salinas, our Facilities and Sculpture Manager, Twist for Max, Bernard Kirschenbaum's 1974 sculpture is back on the grounds. Take a look in the picture below, then come to Lynden and see it in person!

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Inside/Outside: Amy Cropper + Stuart Morris Sneak Preview

June 11, 2011

Tireless arts blogger and former Inside/Outside artist Eddee Daniel was at the garden this past week to get a sneak preview of the upcoming Inside/Outside: Amy Cropper + Stuart Morris exhibition, Inverse. Head over to Eddee's blog Arts Without Borders for a sneak preview of the show, including some behind-the-scenes installation photos.

Inverse opens tomorrow, Sunday, June 12, with a free reception from 3-5 pm. For more information about the exhibition, click here.

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