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Contemporary Arts International (CAI) - Stone Carving Symposium 8/29 opening

Storm warning for tomorrow seems to sustain, to ensure visitors' safety, we have decided to postpone the Opening to next Sunday 8/29.

Sorry about the complication.

Hope to see you next Sunday 8/29 at 2PM

Yin

Dear Friends,

It feels like we are coming out of a dormant period. The artwork is our nourishment and is growing regardless of the pandemic.

Like last year, we are keeping the Stone Carving Symposium feasible under the pandemic circumstances by changing its working period from three weeks to three months and giving artists a flexible work schedule to fit their personal needs. This year, the Symposium will occur from July 15 to October 31. The artists so far are Kevin Duffy, Marin Murakoshi and Yin Peet. Both Kevin and Marin were in our 2020 Symposium and this year they agree to come back to continue our joint “New Art Archaeology” mission. They have started doing carving since mid-July.  We have also invited two international artists Miguel Angel Velet from Peru and Scott Crystal from Panama. Due to the pandemic, their participation is currently pending.

Initially we were hoping to open up the art grounds to the public at the beginning of August. But based on our knowledge of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus threats, we have decided to postpone the Opening to August 22 (Sunday 2:00pm) for you to meet the Symposium artists and see our 2019-2020 newly renovated art grounds.

Even though the state has lifted the mask requirement, for our Opening on August 22, we will request that all visitors keep their masks on to help protect each other. And to help our financial well-being, we will charge an admission of $10 per adult and $5 for children under 10.  Here, we would like to particularly thank Mark and Pat Smith for supporting our Symposium and general program yearly. We hope you will continue to support us as well.

Thank you and see you on August 22, and be safe and happy,
Yin and Viktor

Yin Peet, Executive Director

Viktor Lois, Artistic Director

Contemporary Arts International (CAI)
68 Quarry Road, Acton, MA 01720
Phone: 617-699-6401  
Contemporary Arts International (CAI), also known as YV Art Museum, is a non-profit, 501c3 tax-exempt organization located in a 12-acre granite quarry in Acton MA. The mission of CAI is to promote the creation, understanding and appreciation of contemporary arts in the global context through art education, residency, exhibition, and international symposium. For more information, visit www.contemporaryartsinternational.org


Dear Friends,

It feels like we are coming out of a dormant period. The artwork is our nourishment and is growing regardless of the pandemic.

Like last year, we are keeping the Stone Carving Symposium feasible under the pandemic circumstances by changing its working period from three weeks to three months and giving artists a flexible work schedule to fit their personal needs. This year, the Symposium will occur from July 15 to October 31. The artists so far are Kevin Duffy, Marin Murakoshi and Yin Peet. Both Kevin and Marin were in our 2020 Symposium and this year they agree to come back to continue our joint “New Art Archaeology” mission. They have started doing carving since mid-July.  We have also invited two international artists Miguel Angel Velet from Peru and Scott Crystal from Panama. Due to the pandemic, their participation is currently pending.

Initially we were hoping to open up the art grounds to the public at the beginning of August. But based on our knowledge of the Delta variant of the COVID-19 virus threats, we have decided to postpone the Opening to August 22 (Sunday 2:00pm) for you to meet the Symposium artists and see our 2019-2020 newly renovated art grounds.

Even though the state has lifted the mask requirement, for our Opening on August 22, we will request that all visitors keep their masks on to help protect each other. And to help our financial well-being, we will charge an admission of $10 per adult and $5 for children under 10.  Here, we would like to particularly thank Mark and Pat Smith for supporting our Symposium and general program yearly. We hope you will continue to support us as well.

Thank you and see you on August 22, and be safe and happy,
Yin and Viktor

Yin Peet, Executive Director

Viktor Lois, Artistic Director

Contemporary Arts International (CAI)
68 Quarry Road, Acton, MA 01720
Phone: 617-699-6401  
Contemporary Arts International (CAI), also known as YV Art Museum, is a non-profit, 501c3 tax-exempt organization located in a 12-acre granite quarry in Acton MA. The mission of CAI is to promote the creation, understanding and appreciation of contemporary arts in the global context through art education, residency, exhibition, and international symposium. For more information, visit www.contemporaryartsinternational.org

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