Our Found Art Juried Exhibition is on display at the Ringwood Manor Barn Gallery starting Saturday,
October 9 through Sunday, October 16, 2021. Along with Kate Dodd’s outdoor
installation, “Understory,” it will serve as a visually impactful reminder of the effect each
of us has on our environment. The challenge to artists was to highlight themes of
reusing, repurposing, reclaiming, and reimagining what we throw away.
The program for this exhibit can is below and can be downloaded HERE.
2021_Found Art Project_ Juried Exhibition Program
Join us for an Installation Workshop this Saturday, October 9, from 2:00 PM–4:00 PM!
Led by Artist Kate Dodd, participants in this 2-hour workshop will gain hands-on experience building smaller portions of a larger art installation as a team using repurposed materials. Together, we will reexamine institutional and conventional notions of architecture, used objects, and their relationship to the environment.
Part of the Found Art Project, a collaboration between the Sustainable Ringwood Green Team and Ringwood Manor Association of the Arts, this opportunity is open to people of all ages and artistic abilities. Admission is FREE, and drop-in participants and spectators are welcome, but it is recommended that you plan to be there for the full two hours to reap the maximum benefits of the workshop.
Please note that large portions of the workshop will take place outdoors and that masks are required inside the RMAA Barn Gallery and outside when social distancing cannot be maintained.
A view of “Understory” by Kate Dodd – On Exhibit at Ringwood Manor State Park (2021)
The RMAA has a couple of upcoming events in the park and hopes you can join us!
Details are at the links below:
Fall 2021 Plein Air Paint-Out: http://ringwoodmanorarts.org/fall-2021-plein-air-paint-out/
We look forward to seeing you in the park!
The Sustainable Ringwood Green Team is partnering with the RMAA to bring a public art installation to Ringwood Manor Park. New Jersey-based artist Kate Dodd will have an installation as we explore themes of sustainability through an artistic lens.
An informational flyer with important dates is below or can be downloaded HERE.
More information coming soon!
2021 Green Team
The Sussex County Arts & Heritage council has invited to RMAA to participate in a joint virtual art show.
Details, payment information, and the entry form can be found on the SCAHC Website HERE.
2021 CFA SCAHC RMAA Entry form8
***The Tea Talk has been postponed – keep an eye out for a future date***
The Ringwood Manor Arts Association invites you to an afternoon tea and talk from the comfort of your own home.
On Saturday, June 5 at 1:30pm, via Zoom, we are hosting an informative talk on the history of tea and Victorian tea etiquette.
The talk is $10 for non-RMAA members. A tea box containing finger sandwiches, sweets and scones with cream and jam, and two different teas can be added for $25. The tea box can be picked up at the Ringwood Manor Coffee Shop from 10am-12pm on the day of the event.
The talk is free to RMAA members (members email ringwoodmanorarts [at] gmail.com) to reserve your spot.
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