In collaboration with Coastal Mountains Land Trust, Art Gone Wild hosts artists at the Head of Tide Preserve for performances and installations of their work free to the community.
Our second micro-residency is with Devon Kelley-Yurdin. Throughout the week leading up to Sunday August 20, Devon will be visiting the preserve daily and crafting a series of invitations and invocations to prompt an experiment in collective noticing. Visitors will be invited to collaboratively craft and explore the land and their inhabitants, forging connections with place and visitors alike. Head of Tide Preserve is located on Doak Road in Belfast, Maine.
Accessibility Notes: Masks are required between 10:00 am and 11:00 am in the shed, parking lot, and at the trailhead. The Shed of the Tide is located approximately 20 feet from the gravel parking area, on mostly flat but slightly uneven ground. Additional parking along the street is available if the main lot is full. The Shed itself, where some art will be displayed, has three steps to enter, but art will also be visible from the open doors. A portion of the day’s invitations/invocations will be able to be engaged without having to walk on the trail at all. A restroom is available at the trailhead. It is not wheelchair accessible.
These events are free and open to everyone! No tickets or registration required but RSVPs are nice! Children must be accompanied by an adult.