Event Details

Saturday, August 15th, 2020
|  12:00pm - 4:00pm

Fairy House Festival

Free Admission -- RSVP requested (see below)
Parking $10

Artpark's 10th annual Fairy House Festival will be modified to include contact-free activities and feature a walk through tour of artist and community-created fairy houses*, winding through the Artpark woods.

Enjoy the whimsical and enchanting Artpark Fairies and roaming musicians with new costume creations by Uta Bekaia.

Visitors are encouraged to join the celebration and come dressed up as a fairy or other favorite mystical character. Even wear a colorful decorated face mask!

Confirmed Fairy House Festival artists include:

Miggie Wong
Jeremy Grzybowski
Rachel Grzybowski
Robin Gabriella Damiano
Catie and Alexandria Dillemuth
George White and Marleen Stamp
WJ Hurley
Charity Huff
Tammy ODierno
Alexandra Lee
Casey Mark Shultz
Meredith and Samantha Phelps
Rylee Luczak
Candace and Leela Masters
Ani Hoover
Shasti O'Leary Soudant
Jesse Walp
Bethany Krull
Suzie Molnar Goad
Juniper Moon 
Hilary McAndrew
Leeane Catanzaro-Banes and Leah Banes
Stephanie Kowalski
Megan Tenney
Andrew Palinski

with Color Constellation by Virginia Melnyk Designs

Uta Bekaia is a Georgian-born multimedia artist currently residing and working in New York and Tbilisi. After studying Industrial Design at Tbilisi Mtsire Academy, he debuted as an artist at AMA (Avant-Guard Fashion Assembly) with a sculptural performance. He creates performances and installations inhabited with wearable sculptures, exploring his historical cultural background, genetical codes and cycles of the universe. Currently he is a resident artist at ART OMI, New York, and in partnership with ERTI Gallery, Tbilisi.

Inspired by ancient mythology, fairy tales, Italian Baroque, and Georgian Dada, Bekaia with his exuberant, sculptural costumes, reinvents and re-stages long lost, never-before-documented rituals. Believing in genetical transferability of communal memory, Bekaia attempts to re-connect with ancient knowledge and impregnate it with his own experiences and new meaning.

In order to adhere to current social gathering / distancing guidelines, we request that interested attendees RSVP in advance for timed admission. Please click this link to RSVP.

Photos: Pavel Antonov (left & right), Lydia Gaughran (center)

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