Monday, August 10, 2009

Summer in Annandale-on-Hudson

This is a wonderful meal of organic corn, organic eggs, and what's left of an organic cucumber - all a bit on the yellow and white side of the food chain, but delicious, as it's a product of Community Supported Agriculture in the Hudson Valley.

And below, a couple of lawn sculptures by the excellent Rachel Harrison, outside the Center for Curatorial Studies at Bard College.

And inside the Student Center at Bard College - no one in sight. The MFA program is over for the summer.

A walk down the lane brings one to the Fisher Center for Performing Arts designed by Frank Gehry, also known as the potato chip building.

And across the road, a kind of disaster by Olafur Eliasson - a walkway to a bridge to a pond to a middle area - great for kids, right?

Then the oppression of parking lots in the middle of the country on a hot day...and walkways to more parking lots.

Back to the film/video department for some finishing up...meetings, take-out junk food, the dept. in-house coffee station, and the general look of the film/video department at the end of a long summer session.

The gold bike, by Ephraim Asili.

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