2017 Sundays in the Park
Wild Culture is a series of events are designed to highlight the cultural connection between AIRIE and the unique biosphere of Everglades National Park.
Sunday, January 15, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Ernest F. Coe Visitor’s Center Presentation Room
Tour AIRIE Fellow Adam Nadel’s Getting the Water Right. After, watch as resident Jenny Larsson debuts a site specific performance called “On the Other Side of the Lake” on the back porch of the Visitor’s Center. RSVP here.
Sunday, February 26, 2:00 p.m. – 4:00 p.m. at Ernest F. Coe Visitor’s Center
Join us for a lively discussion with scientists from the Everglades Foundation and Florida Atlantic University. Resident composer Laura Gibson will provide an acoustic performance on the back porch of the Visitor’s Center. Tour AIRIE Fellow Adam Nadel’s Getting the Water Right.
Sunday, March 26, 3:00 p.m. – 5:00 p.m. at Shark Valley Visitor’s Center
Guests will meet at 3:00 p.m. at Shark Valley Visitor Center. A tram will take guests to the Observation Tower where they will repurpose a Wild Billboard with resident Magnus Sodamin. There will also be an opportunity to experience the current exhibition Getting the Water Right, by fellow Adam Nadel (2014).
2016 Sundays in the Park
Wild Culture: Connect and Inspire, a series of Sundays in the Park designed to highlight the cultural connection between AIRIE and the unique biosphere of Everglades National Park. Join us March 27 for a painting workshop with Elisabeth Condon.
Sunday, March 27, 2-5 p.m. at the Royal Palm Visitors Center
Swamp Notes, a painting workshop lead by Elisabeth Condon, invites participants to try pouring, glazing and other watercolor techniques. In the Everglades where water constantly moves, watercolor provides an analogous process that delights and challenges the eye. No painting experience necessary. Bring a sketchbook/drawing tools in encouraged. All other materials are provided.
Sunday, February 28th, Noon, Flamingo at Everglades National Park
12 p.m.: Guests gather in the Breezeway at the Flamingo Visitors Center deep in the Everglades National Park. Jason Hedges will discuss Scarred Flat, a 1/1 scale recreation of a damaged shallow sea grass flat located southeast of the Flamingo ranger station in Everglades National Park.
1 p.m.: Walk on the lawn with the group, then proceed to the Guy Bradley Trail where small AIRIE reproductions are leaning along the trail. Guests will learn about the works from attending AIRIE board members and artist Deborah Mitchell, who will lead small groups to the amphitheater.
2 p.m.: T. Wheeler Castillo and partner Emile Milgrim play sounds recorded and remastered during Wheeler Castillo’s residency from an illuminated recording device entitled Transducing the Imperceptible Wetlands. For the National Park Service Centennial Anniversary, this project explores and documents what has been conserved of the Everglades through preservation. These recordings are dubbed to tape, disassembled and manipulated, creating new compositions when reassembled.
Click on the link below to see a sneak peek of T. Wheeler Castillo and Emile Milgrim’s work for Sundays in the Park.
Sunday, January 31st, 2 p.m., Long Pine Key at Everglades National Park
2 p.m.: Follow signs to check-in and walk the Long Pine Key 3 in 1 Trail with AIRIE members.
3 p.m.: Current Artist in Resident Jose Elias performs compositions from his new Everglades Songbook.
4 p.m.: Follow the shoreline to the amphitheater area for the debut of The Furies of the Swamp, a site specific performance by AIRIE fellow Christina Pettersson. Refreshments and Q & A with the artists will be followed by AIRIE videos and a campfire at dusk.