Artists Open Weekend: Country Brunch
11 AM – 1 PM
Art Omi honors our international artists-in-residence and celebrates with a country brunch on the lawn of Ledig House. Join us for a mimosa open bar, carving & omelette station, fresh fruit and more to fuel up for a day of art-seeking before you head down to the Studio Barns!
After brunch, stroll down the hill to the Studio Barns, where you can see the work of the 30 international artists-in-residence. Installations, pop-up events, and performances will be ongoing from 1 to 5 p.m. Free and open to the public, no RSVP required.
Tickets available at the door. Cash, check, card accepted.
Chef Made Omelet and Egg Station
Bacon, Spinach and Fontina
Ham, Cheddar, Peppers, and Onions
Spinach, Feta, and Tomatoes
(Or customized to order)
Bagel and Cream Cheese Station
Assorted bagels and bialys with Smoked Salmon, Assorted Cream Cheeses (plain, chive, vegetable, and bacon-horseradish), Sliced Tomatoes, Red Onions, Capers, etc.
Maple bourbon glazed ham and breakfast sausage links
With housemade biscuits, honey butter, and cheese on the side
Filled with a local berry compote
Or filled with local shiitake and oyster mushrooms, sauteed local greens, and herbed fresh cheese
With sauteed peppers and onions
Fresh Melons, Grapes, and Stone Fruits
Assorted Baked Goods
Chipotle Cheddar Biscuits, Zucchini and Banana Breads, Blueberry Muffins and Banana Crumb, Currant Scones
Coffee, Teas, Chilled Juices and Mimosas
This weekly drawing group offers time and space for individuals who wish to continue to hone their drawing skills in an independent environment. Participants work indoors in the light-filled Benenson Visitors Center and gallery or outdoors in the landscape of The Fields sculpture park.
FIRST WEDNESDAY OF EACH MONTH
Playgroup meets on September 5, October 3, November 7, December 5, January 2, February 6, March 6, April 3, and May 1.
Join us on Saturday mornings for this popular workshop for young artists ages 5 - 12! Based on a weekly theme and inspired by artworks in The Fields, Architecture, and the Visitors Center Gallery, each workshop includes an outdoor adventure and a hands-on artmaking activity. Led by teaching artists, children are divided into two groups by age and participate in developmentally appropriate projects that encourage curiosity, experimentation, and creative thinking through a variety of materials and experiences.