2016-C+M_I-Park-9080_A big thanks to all who joined and supported us by attending our 2016 Composers + Musicians Collaborative Residency Concerts! A very special thanks to our composers-in-residence, Moon Young Ha and ensemble mise-en, First Congregational Church, Cooley Gallery, and Falcetti Music and Yamaha pianos for helping make the event a success.
101_7741Are you looking for a way to contribute and are able to spare a little time? We’re looking for some helping hands and would love to have your help sprucing up the place and getting it ready for our Annual Fundraising Dinner.
Autumn Volunteer’s Day
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Stay tuned for details

7da517_5f84a50ef2ab4ca9b99c9108ac2340b5Before the Junk Trail, there was the junk pile – a 10-year accumulation of hoarder-mentality debris. Most of the junk consisted of remains from ephemeral art projects that had fallen into disrepair. These projects had previously been installed in the I-Park landscape as environmental sculptures.
The Junk Trail, a reorganization of these materials made accessible by an internal trail, was conceived and built in 2010 by sculptor Marco Dessardo. The purpose of the trail was to make these interesting, but otherwise waste, materials conveniently available – but also inviting – to future artists for re-use.

Patrick Harlin (U.S.), Drone-assisted video, 2015
Music: Birdsongs for the City Dweller, performed
by the Calidore String Quartet

An I-Park classic: Marco Dessardo (France), Tuba, 2008

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Banner Images: Photograph of OPEN Studios visitors walking towards Grey Studio by Nancy Pinney; Photograph of Sprouting Waterlilies by Rachel Wilson; Photograph of Meadow Path by Cari Notari.


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