On November 7th, under a brilliant full moon, former Artist in Residence Jackie Skrzynski led a Silent Walk through Black Rock Forest.
Silent Walks create an unfiltered experience of landscape as art. Rather than seeing representations of landscape in a museum, far from the actual land depicted, viewers physically move themselves through what they were observing. Contextualizing the Silent Walks as an artistic experience allow participants to “turn on their art light”.
To read more about the Silent Walk and to view participants’ observations through words and imagery please click here.
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