Dusklit Interactive Art Festival
SATURDAY, JULY 20, 2019 | 5PM-9PM
Presented on the Seligmann Homestead
23 White Oak Drive, Chester, NY 10918
www.dusklit.com | @dusklit_artfestival
With twilight as a backdrop, the festival features 21 immersive projects by 40 contemporary artists from across the United States. Featured projects include a synthesizer petting zoo, an open-air performance in a U-Haul truck, a historical re-enactment, an inflatable room, and a nature bathing station.
The festivals 2019 projects span performance art, cooking, music, virtual reality, dance, and interactive theater, all of which occur simultaneously, throughout the duration of the event. Visitors wander the grounds and engage with the installations and performances, bringing Dusklit to life.
Featuring: Mary Altobelli, Lisa Beerle and Jacob Gutta, Travis Love Benson, Karen Decher, Emily Duncan, Leslie Fandrich and Chris, Milo, and Quinn Janata, Duncan Figurski and Erin OFlynn, Haus of Femanon: Mac McCarthy, Parker Stanley, Magdalena Borlando, John Moore, Jesse Keitel, Mar Hwa, Nathalie Jonas, Sibyl Kempson and Ophra Wolf, Julia Kole, Heidi Lanino, Remi Leibovic, Alison McNulty, Donna Mikkelsen, Casey Morris, Owen Roberts, Jenny Torino and Ben Margolis, Chad Uehlein, Zoe Wampler, Olivia Alsamadi, Amy Ariel, Octavia Christopher, Ryan Davis, Len Foyle, Amy Mulder, Elsie Neilson and Haley Wall
Dusklit is presented outdoors on the historic Seligmann Homestead. Once home to the Surrealist Kurt Seligmann, and frequented by Marcel Duchamp, Kay Sage, and Max Ernst, the property carries a history of art and magic. This year, the festival falls on Kurt Seligmanns 119th birthday. Dusklit is an artist-run festival organized by Olivia Baldwin, Cody Rounds, and Jamie Sanin.
The interdisciplinary, participatory nature of Dusklit makes the event accessible to visitors of all ages and backgrounds. Dusklit takes place rain or shine. Local food and drink are available for purchase.
General admission: $20. Advance tickets: $15 at dusklit.com. Discounted rates for children 10 and under. Free parking is available at the former Sugar Loaf Performing Arts Center.
Dusklit 2019 is made possible with funds from the Orange County Arts Councils Community Arts Grants program.
The Seligmann Center (View)
23 White Oak Drive
Sugar Loaf, NY 10981
|Minimum Age: 12|
|Kid Friendly: Yes!|
|Dog Friendly: No|
|Wheelchair Accessible: Yes!|