Hamilton's Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park Hosts Digital Art & Earth Day Party on April 25

The cyber-party invites folks to attend a free online yoga class, join in on an arts and sustainability craft happy hour and enjoy video tours of the park and museum

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click to enlarge The Web by Brian Monaghan at Pyramid Sculpture Park - Photo: Facebook.com/PyramidHillSculpturePark
Photo: Facebook.com/PyramidHillSculpturePark
The Web by Brian Monaghan at Pyramid Sculpture Park

Hamilton's Pyramid Hill Sculpture Park & Museum is celebrating Earth Day, Arbor Day and International Sculpture Day virtually with their Digital Art & Earth Day on Saturday, April 25. The cyber-party invites folks to attend a free online yoga class, join in on an arts and sustainability craft happy hour and enjoy video tours of the park and museum. 

“The Pyramid Hill mission statement is ‘Bringing People to Art in Nature.’ With the stay-at-home order and non-essential businesses closed, Pyramid Hill included, our team has been working hard to quickly adapt our programming to fulfill our mission statement,” explains Pyramid Hill Executive Director Sean FitzGibbons in a press release.

“Translating Art & Earth Day into a virtual experience has been a challenge. We are thrilled to offer an innovative experience that allows everyone to celebrate Arbor Day, Earth Day, and International Sculpture Day during these unprecedented times.”

The free yoga session by Imagination Yoga begins at 11 a.m. and has a 30 person maximum for the class. RSVP here. Throughout the day there will be several virtual walks, including the Love is Love tour with collector Sara Vance Waddell at 10 a.m., the Ancient Sculpture Museum tour at 10:30 a.m. and the nature walk 1 p.m. Happy hour crafts run from 2-3 p.m. Find the supply list and full schedule on their Facebook event page

You can participate in the virtual event by visiting their Facebook page where it will be streamed live. 

They're also giving away 50 free craft bags to Hamilton and Fairfield residents. For more info, visit pyramidhill.org/art-earth-day.


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