Daily @2pm Highlights Tours Saturday, May 11 Wandering and Wonderings: Matthew Jensen @3pm Sunday, May 12 @1pm Children & Families: Special Tour with Wally McGuire Storm King Café, 11am-4:30pm Bike Rentals, 11am-4pm Click here for more infomation.
Join artists David Brooks and Mark Dion for an engaging conversation about their work, followed by a walking tour to Brooks’s site-specific project, A Proverbial Machine in the Garden.Click here for more information.
Join Matthew Jensen, a Brooklyn-based artist who utilizes photography, video, walking, and collection building to reinvent the way landscape is represented and understood, on a unique exploration of Storm King.Click here for more information.
Storm King Art Center presents the first large-scale presentation of the work of artist Thomas Houseago in the United States. This exhibition includes indoor and outdoor sculpture in several media, including bronze, aluminum, wood, plaster, and felt, as well as drawings, displayed in Storm King’s Museum Building and on the grounds of Museum Hill. On view through November 11. Click here for more information.
David Brooks has created a site-specific work comprised of a vintage tractor that has been buried beneath Storm King Art Center’s iconic landscape. A Proverbial Machine in the Garden speaks to Storm King’s past—as an agricultural site—and present—as a cultivated pastoral environment. On view through November 11.Click here for more information.
Find out more about upcoming exhibitions, programs, collection conservation projects, and behind-the-scenes work at Storm King. Click here to read the newsletter.
Storm King members enjoy a range of benefits, including free admission, special members-only programs and events, discounts on Visitor Center purchases, and more. Member support is essential to maintaining and preserving the art and landscape that make Storm King a place of unsurpassed beauty.
Students in grades 7 - 12 are invited to apply to a unique, hands-on summer class developed by Storm King and the Black Rock Forest Consortium. Black Rock Forest Consortium’s summer classes provide authentic, week-long learning experiences in nature, working with scientists and artists. Click here for more information.