A Family Day featuring a range of nature-inspired art activities will be held on Saturday, September 11 from 12 – 4 p.m. Explore the Between The Ground and the Sky exhibition, enjoy delicious offerings from the Parlor, Bees Knees, and On The Fly food trucks, and listen to multi-instrumentalist Henry Jones. Tickets are $10/adult and $5/child. PURCHASE TICKETS HERE. 

Check out more than 50 large-scale photographs, both color and black and white, of local farms by Anne Burmeister and Ashley Skatoff, two local accomplished photographers. The photographs tell a compelling and visually arresting story of the importance of local farms and farmers. The Who Grows Your Food initiative was developed by the Westport Farmers’ Market during the early months of the COVID-19 pandemic as a means to educate people on the role that local farmers play in providing food for the community.  The farms included are:

  • Calf and Clover Creamery, Cornwall Bridge, CT
  • Copps Island Oysters, Norm Bloom and Son, Norwalk, CT
  • Dirt Road Farm, Weston, CT
  • Fort Hill Farm, New Milford, CT
  • Gilbertie’s Organics, Easton, CT
  • Ideal Fish, Waterbury, CT
  • Lost Ruby Farm, Norfolk, CT
  • Muddy Feet Flower Farm, Ashford, CT
  • Ox Hollow Farm, Roxbury, CT
  • Riverbank Farm, Roxbury, CT
  • Rose’s Berry Farm, Glastonbury, CT
  • Sankow’s Beaver Brook Farm, Old Lyme, CT
  • Sea Coast Mushrooms, Mystic, CT
  • Sport Hill Farm, Easton, CT
  • Stonington Kelp Co., Stonington, CT
  • The Hickories, Ridgefield, CT
  • Wells Hill Farm, Weston, CT
  • Woodland Farm, Glastonbury, CT

The exhibition also includes two site-specific installations by Kristyna and Marek Milde, and the natural, organic works of artist Donna Forma. Learn more. 

Featured Image: Ashley Skatoff: Lost Ruby Farm, Norfolk, CT

Our gallery is closed from Dec 3 - 13 for private events, but the Academy will remain open. Enroll now in classes for all ages.