September 24 & 25, 2011
12pm to 8pm Saturday &
12pm to 5pm Sunday
The Hatchery: East of Fresno is a contemporary art exhibition that will take place in Badger, California (approximately 54 miles east of Fresno) on September 24 and 25, 2011. Forty artists and performers from the West and East coasts of the US as well as international artists will make work responding to a unique site evolved from successive layers of prior communities.
The compound, now known as the HATCHERY, was originally built as Synanon, a drug rehabilitation facility, and later re-purposed as a Muslim religious community. Its current use as a seasonal arts destination in the foothills of the Sierra Nevada makes the HATCHERY the latest realization of purposeful community.
By inviting artists of various disciplines to interact with the site, the curators of The Hatchery: East of Fresno hope to make the simple directional cue of the title transcend location to become a significant site of experience. It will be known simply by its plain description, like an intuitional spirit pointing the way and asking one to go on faith that something marvelous is "that way." The Hatchery: East of Fresno will lend the directional a sense of destiny.
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Anné M. Klint
Robin Lee Crutchfield
Carlos de Villasante
Amie T. Rangel
David Sanchez Burr
Laura Ten Eyck
Rob van der Schoor
Rachel Marie Van Pelt
Bob Thornburg, Chris Lopez, Craig Tisdale and Warren Casey
John Spivey reading from his new book "A Redneck Siddhartha"
LIVE PRINTING BY:
Printworks (College of the Sequoias) and Fresno State Print Club