Lynden Sculpture Garden
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June Events at the Lynden Sculpture Garden

The Lynden Sculpture Garden is located at 2145 West Brown Deer Road.

By - May 23rd, 2017 12:42 pm

The Lynden Sculpture Garden is located at 2145 West Brown Deer Road. Admission is $9 general, $7 for students and seniors. Members and children under 6 are free. Admission includes access to the sculpture garden and house. All events listed below are free with admission unless otherwise indicated. Memberships are available.

HOURS

In June, the Lynden Sculpture Garden is open from 10 am to 5 pm every day except Thursdays (closed). The sculpture garden remains open until 7:30 pm on Wednesday evenings.

ON VIEW ON THE GROUNDS & IN THE HOUSE

Through June 25, 2017
WOMEN, NATURE, SCIENCE | CECELIA CONDIT: TALES OF A FUTURE PAST
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/exhibitions/women-nature-science-cecelia-condit

Fear and displacement are central to Cecelia Condit’s work, which dissects the entanglements that connect self, society, and the natural world. Condit is a storyteller, particularly of psychologically inflected contemporary fairy tales, whose work–like all the best fairy tales–oscillates between beauty and the grotesque, innocence and cruelty. Her videos document the frailty of personal identity in the face of the primordial unknown that sits just outside the frame, a charged space loaded with irony and danger. Condit’s exhibition at Lynden reflects her increasing interest in landscape and the natural world. Her most recent two-channel installation, Tales of a Future Past (2017), explores extinction through the story of a lone giraffe who collects small animal forms that evoke treasured memories, hope, innocence, and grief. When an aggressive zebra crosses her path, the giraffe’s fragile world is threatened. In Tales, Condit considers time and space in relation to landscape and our planet, moving from the insistently personal to the universal, and from fairy tale to myth. Also on view will be virtuosic photographs that subvert scale and time to create fictitious landscapes.

June 18-October 31, 2017
THE BONSAI EXHIBIT AT LYNDEN
The exhibition will be open Wednesdays, Saturdays & Sundays during Lynden’s regular hours, or by appointment.
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/Bonsai

We are delighted to announce the opening of the Bonsai Exhibit at Lynden, a collaboration with the Milwaukee Bonsai Society and the Milwaukee Bonsai Foundation. There is a deep affinity between sculpture and bonsai: shared aesthetic concerns; attention to scale, form, and proportion. And just as we marvel at the way the sculptures in the collection appear to alter as the landscape changes with the seasons, the living matter of bonsai allows us to consider temporality in a different way. Large sculptures, small trees: complementary sides of the same coin. Located beside Big Lake, the Bonsai Exhibit includes a display area for bonsai, waterside teaching patio, and pollinator garden. The area will be a place to admire bonsai in season, to participate in workshops, or to enjoy the peaceful setting. Experience the beauty of bonsai and make a new connection between art and nature.

OFFSITE EXHIBITION

THE 2016 NOHL FELLOWSHIP EXHIBITION
June 8-September 17, 2017
Haggerty Museum of Art, 13th & Clybourn on the Marquette University Camps
Open daily, admission free.
More information: http://www.marquette.edu/haggerty/upcoming-exhibitions.php
Opening reception: Wednesday, June 7, 6-8 pm

Funded by the Greater Milwaukee Foundation’s Mary L. Nohl Fund and administered by the Bradley Family Foundation (that’s Lynden), the Mary L. Nohl Fund Fellowships for Individual Artists, now in its fourteenth cycle, provides unrestricted funds for local artists to create new work or complete work in progress. This exhibition includes work by the 2016 Fellows: Jesse McLean and Joseph Mougel (Established Artists) and Rose Curley, Robin Jebavy, and Brooke Thiele (Emerging Artists). The fellows were selected from a field of 151 applicants by a panel of three jurors: JoAnne Northrup, Curatorial Director and Curator of Contemporary Art, Nevada Museum of Art, Reno, Valerie Cassel Oliver, Senior Curator at Contemporary Arts Museum Houston, and Julie Rodrigues Widholm, Director and Chief Curator, DePaul Art Museum, Chicago.

EVENTS

DOCENT-LED WALKING TOUR
Sunday, June 4, 2017 – 2:30pm-4:00pm
Fee: $12/ Adults; $8/students, children 6-17, seniors, active military with ID Advanced registration is required.
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/docent-led-walking-tour

As you walk with our knowledgeable docents, you will learn history and cultural information about our 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland.

READING & INTRODUCTION TO THE ART OF HENNA WITH BELA SURESH ROONGTA
Sunday, June 4, 2017 – 3:30pm-6:00pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/bela-suresh-roongta

Meet Bela Suresh Roongta, the founder and designer of belabela and author of …fill in the beauty, a book for the storyteller and artist in all of us. Born to parents of Indian descent but raised in the West, she wanted to know more about the India from which her family came. So she left her legal career, family, and friends to travel to India where she lived with her extended family, worked for a human rights organization, and learned the art of henna. Back in Milwaukee, she began a business that featured her original henna-inspired designs on clothes: “Just as the hands and feet provide a canvas for the art of henna, I want my art to live through the clothes we wear, the homes we live in, and the stories we write.”…fill in the beauty contains Bela’s hand-drawn designs, each one telling a story inspired by her life experiences as a woman, mother, friend, advocate, and artist. More than a reading and book signing, this event places Bela’s stories and drawings in the context of a participatory introduction to Indian culture. Stop in from 3:30-4:30 pm to have intricate geometric and floral designs applied to your hands by a henna artist, and sample some Indian treats. Bela will begin her talk and slideshow at 4:30 pm. Books and tee-shirts featuring Bela’s designs will be available for purchase.

LATE WEDNESDAYS & SARA CARON: HIKING TRAIL
Wednesdays, June 7, 14, 21, 28 at 5:30 pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/sara-caron-hiking-trail-2017

As part of her year-long residency, Sara Caron inaugurates her new hiking trail and pop-up information station/gift shop at Lynden. Casual strollers and experienced hikers can enjoy an artist-led hike through the garden, trail mix and perhaps sun tea provided. Maps and interpretive hiking guides will be available at the information station for self-guided treks, and all are welcome to visit the gift shop for patches, postcards, and other trail ephemera. Pack a picnic and enjoy an evening at Lynden (open till 7:30 pm on Wednesdays through September).

WORKSHOP READING AND RECEPTION
Friday, June 9, 2017 – 6-7:30 pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/workshop-reading-celebration-0

Join the participants in Intersite: Geopoetics of the Constructed Landscape and Beyond, a workshop with Jennifer Scappettone, for a reading and reception.

TWO AT THREE ON SUNDAY
Performances by Bob Eisen and Neil Goldberg
Sunday, June 11, 2017 at 3 pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/two-three-sunday-performances-bob-eisen-and-neil-goldberg

Two artists passing through Milwaukee—one for a month, one for a few days—come together at Lynden for an afternoon of performance. Bob Eisen offers Resevic, a rigorously performed and constructed dance work that continues his ongoing exploration of form, movement vocabulary, and humor in dance making. It also deals with the fact that he is 70 years old. Neil Goldberg, artist-in-residence at The Suburban, Walker’s Point, offers an iteration of his improvisational project, Inhibited Bites. “Both intimate and piercing in its humor, Inhibited Bites, features Goldberg reading aloud from a collection of over 700 index cards, which contain the artist’s passing observations and ideas jotted down over the last several years.”

DANCEWORKS PERFORMANCE COMPANY & MILWAUKEE OPERA THEATRE: HANDEL’S BESTIARY
Friday & Saturday, June 16 & 17 at 7 pm
Tickets: $26 general/$16 student & senior. Children under 10 are free.
For more information and a link to tickets: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/handels-bestiary or call 414.277.8480 ext. 6025.

Stroll the grounds in search of the menagerie inspired by Donna Leon’s Handel’s Bestiary: In Search of Animals in Handel’s Operas. Danceworks Performance Company and Milwaukee Opera Theatre reunite at Lynden for a collaboration featuring an intergenerational cast of creatures. Grounds will open at 5:30 pm for picnicking; a shuttle bus will run from the Brown Deer Road Park & Ride.

DOG DAYS AT LYNDEN
Saturday, June 17, 2017 – 10:00am-5:00pm
Free to dogs and members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/dog-days

Bring your canine friends for a romp in the garden. Dogs must be leashed and considerate of other visitors, canine and human. 2017 Dog Days are sponsored by Central Bark Mequon.

OPENING RECEPTION
THE BONSAI EXHIBIT AT LYNDEN
Opening Reception: Sunday, June 18, 2017, 3-5 pm
Free and open to the public.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/bonsai-exhibit-lynden-opening-reception

Please join us for an open house and reception to celebrate this addition to Lynden’s sculpture collection. After June 18, the exhibition area will be open Wednesdays, Saturdays, and Sundays and by appointment through October.

JOSEPH MOUGEL: ROLLING HILLS
Wednesday, June 21, 2017 – 5:12 am-8:34 pm (15h32m)
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/joseph-mougel-rolling-hills

Rolling Hills, the first of two site-specific performances by 2016 Nohl Fellow Joseph Mougel, employs manual labor as the vehicle for artistic creation, acknowledging both the fundamental role of physical work in shaping spaces with intentionality, as well as the real limits to human efforts in the face of nature. The environments transformed through labor become stages for video performances that further expose the unique characteristics of place, with narratives that consider aesthetics and methodology, and are at once completely rational and absurd. Visitors are welcome to stop by to observe; we will be open from 10 am until the end of the performance. Mougel’s second performance, Still River, takes place on December 21, 2017, from 7:19 am to 4:20 pm.

GARY JOHN GRESL: BOOK AND RESIDENCY LAUNCH
Wednesday, June 21, 5:30-8:30 pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/gary-john-gresl-book-and-residency-launch

Gary John Gresl is embarking on a year-long residency, The Body Farm at Lynden, that considers ephemerality, mortality, and the lifespan of art objects. A longtime presence in Milwaukee’s art scene—as artist, educator and, most recently, originator of the Wisconsin Visual Art Lifetime Achievement Awards—Gresl is laying the found objects that have made up his assemblage sculptures to rest on the grounds at Lynden in a “pseudo-forensic display.” Patterned on the Body Farm in Tennessee, where forensic scientists monitor the decomposition of human remains under different conditions, Gresl invites us to observe the decomposition of his life’s work.

Gresl will also mark the publication of a new book about his work: Palimpsests & Middens; A Midwest Assembler. The 316-page hardcover book, lavishly illustrated, will be available for purchase. The artist will sign books from 5:30-6:30 pm, and will lead tours of his installations on the grounds from 6:30-8:30 pm.

WORKSHOPS FOR ADULTS

LYNDEN’S GARDEN SERIES: HERBAL TEA WALK WITH KYLE DENTON
Saturday, June 3, 2017 – 1-4 pm
Fee: $15/$10 members
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/lyndens-garden-series-herbal-tea-walk

Herbalist Kyle Denton leads a walkthrough Lynden’s acres to search out local plants that can be used in herbal teas. He will talk about the energetic properties of these plants, how they have been used as medicine in the past, what conditions they have been used to treat, and the proper ways to harvest, dry, and store them. Following the walk we will go inside to make tea from the plants we have collected, exploring flavor and investigating our visceral reactions to these wild, foraged herbs.

YOGA IN THE GARDEN: A MEDITATION PRACTICE ON ART WITH HEATHER EIDEN
Sundays, June 4, June 11, June 18, June 25, 2017 – 1:30-3 pm
Fee: four-class session $40/$20 members, per class rate: $12/$7 members
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/yoga-2017

Over her years at Lynden, Heather Eiden has come to view steady contemplation of sculpture as a mindfulness practice, both restorative and enlivening. Yoga, which means union, refers to the interconnection of mind, body and spirit. Yoga is an ongoing process of discovery, an evolving art, and a pathway to holistic health. In this beginning/intermediate Hatha yoga class, Eiden focuses on mindfulness, centering, and alignment in relation to Lynden’s collection of monumental sculptures as she leads students through asanas (physical postures), pranayama (control of the breath), and relaxation. Eiden calls upon her background as a ceramic artist and art educator to teach slow looking, the act of looking deeply at a work of art. Each class will begin with chai tea, and end with reflective journaling.

INTERSITE: GEOPOETICS OF THE CONSTRUCTED LANDSCAPE AND BEYOND: A WORKSHOP WITH JENNIFER SCAPPETTONE
A collaboration with Woodland Pattern Book Center
June 6-9 – 1:00pm-4:00 pm
Fee: $200/ $185 for members of Lynden or Woodland Pattern
More information and to register:
http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/intersite-jennifer-scappettone

The Lynden Sculpture Garden and Woodland Pattern offer an intensive workshop with writer-in-residence Jennifer Scappettone. The workshop will begin with a reading by Scappettone at Woodland Pattern on June 4 at 2 pm, and will culminate in a reading by participants, followed by a reception, at Lynden on Friday, June 9 at 6 pm. The workshop explores a range of tactics for inhabiting and articulating the present moment geologically. How can we see through the garden’s beauty into the discordant histories embedded in the landscape of our convergence, for example, with its origins in the manufacturing concerns of the Allen-Bradley Company, and the designs of renowned golf course architects—their vision of an English country park echoing a client’s memories of Kansas City municipal grounds—slowly amassing the signatures of canonical artists, and metamorphosing in the 21st century through ecosensitive reconstruction? How do we see through the garden into the city beyond? Who lived here long before Milwaukee and its suburbs existed, and what glacial histories do its soils and rocks have to tell?

THE ART OF KUSAMONO
A collaboration with the Milwaukee Bonsai Society
Saturday, June 10, 2017 – 9 am-12:00 noon
Fee: $35/$30 members. Participants may purchase containers, if needed, for $10 at the workshop.
More Information and to register:
http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/kusamono-2017

As we prepare for the opening of the Bonsai Exhibit on June 18, we are offering several workshops. Originally, beautiful mountain grasses were dug and put into small containers and placed next to larger trees growing in pots (bonsai) to complement them. They completed the picture, telling the story of the season, location, ecology and history of the tree. Then, elements such as flowering plants and mosses and lichens were added to the pots to create a vignette, a small window of nature captured in time that changed and held the viewer’s interest across the seasons and through the years. Simplicity, tranquility and naturalness are the hallmarks of the best non-woody tray plantings called K’samono and they can stand alone to tell their own story as the seasons pass and bring pleasure to the viewer. In this hands-on workshop, you will work one-on-one with an experienced teacher to learn the basic principles and techniques of kusamono. Following the principles of design, we will plant grasses, miniaturized non-woody plants such as ferns, forbs, and hosta as well as mosses and lichens in “found: objects. Consonant with the bonsai exhibit’s goal of reusing and recycling, we will use found objects such as tiles, trivets, ceramic, porcelain, opaque glass or metal containers, natural objects such as driftwood, shells, volcanic lava rocks or smooth dolomite slabs repurposed as containers to frame these miniature plantings.

TAI CHI IN THE GARDEN: TAI CHI FOR HEALTH WARRIORS WITH ANGELA LAUGHINGHEART
Sundays, June 11, 18, 25 & July 2, 2017 – 9-10:30 am
Fee: four-class session $40/$20 members, per class rate: $12/$7 members
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/tai-chi-2017

“Go with the flow” is the sum total of Tai Chi philosophy. The body starts this process with slow moving postures, then enhances it with coordinated breath and mindful presence. Outdoor practice adds another layer, allowing for harmonization with nature. Tai Chi for Health Warriors provides an immune system-boosting experience as you integrate your qi in Lynden’s natural setting. There will be additional sessions in July and August.

THE CONSERVATION FRAMING SERIES: A WORKSHOP WITH BRUCE KNACKERT
Sunday, May 7, 2017 – 10-11:30 am: Take it Apart
Sunday, June 11, 2017 – 10-11:30am: Put It Back Together
Fee: $10/$5 members per session. (The owner of the work to be reframed in the second session will be responsible for paying for all framing supplies.)
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/conservation-framing-series-2017

Bruce Knackert manages Lynden’s indoor collection of paintings, small sculpture and works on paper. In previous sessions of this series, he has unframed work from the Lynden collection that showed signs of deterioration due to poor framing practices. In this session, he invites you to bring in a framed work from your own collection to take apart and analyze under his direction (May 7). The group will then choose one of these works to be reframed in the second session (June 11). Knackert will reframe the work step-by-step, discussing and demonstrating options for proper glazing, matting, and mounting along the way. Participants will have an opportunity to practice some of the framing techniques, including cutting mat board and glass.

PRIMITIVE RAKU: A CERAMICS WORKSHOP WITH KATHERYN CORBIN
Sunday, June 18, 2017 – 10 am-4 pm
Fee: $85/$75 members
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/primitive-raku-2017

In the past, Native Americans probably made clay vessels on what are now the grounds of Lynden. In these pre-glaze days, pots were sealed by rubbing river mud into the surfaces, keeping the goodness in the container. We will spend a day at Lynden with artist-in-residence Katheryn Corbin forming vessels using traditional techniques: pinching, coiling, and smoothing. Instead of river mud, we will use sigellatta, a form of deflocculated clay, to seal our pots. The pieces will sun dry and will be sawdust fired, replicating early wood firing. The blackened surfaces result from the smoke and the clay absorbing carbon. This ‘reduction’ atmosphere is popular today in raku reduction firing. (Attendance at sawdust firing is voluntary.)

FOR KIDS & FAMILIES: PROGRAMS FOR THE VERY YOUNG, BONSAI WORKSHOPS, FAMILY WORKSHOPS

TUESDAYS IN THE GARDEN: AN OUTING FOR PARENTS & VERY SMALL CHILDREN
Tuesday, June 6 & June 13, 2017 -10:30am -11:30 am
Fee: $10/$8 members (includes admission to the sculpture garden for one adult and one child aged 4 or under; additional children $4 each; extra adults pay daily admission).
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/tuesdays-in-the-garden-2017

The 40 acres that house the Lynden collection of monumental outdoor sculpture are also home to many birds, insects, frogs, mammals and plants. Naturalist Naomi Cobb offers a nature program that explores a different theme each month, taking into account the changing seasons, and provides an opportunity for those with very small children to engage in outdoor play and manipulation of art materials. The theme for June is pond friends.

FAMILY WORKSHOP: TOAD TIME
Sunday, June 11, 2017 – 12:30pm – 2:30pm
Free to members or with admission to the sculpture garden.
More information: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/family-workshop-toad-time

Join Lynden naturalist Naomi Cobb to observe the emergence of toads from the ponds and the beginnings of their terrestrial lives. You’ll collect samples from the pond, observe the findings, and complete your exploration with a personalized “tiny toad” journal. Drop in between 12:30 and 2:30 for a family-friendly workshop.

BONSAI FOR PARENTS & CHILDREN
A collaboration with the Milwaukee Bonsai Society
Saturday, June 24, 2017 – 9-11:30 am
Fee: $60/ $50 members of Lynden or the Milwaukee Bonsai Society; Includes one adult and child pair and one tree to take home; designed for children entering grades K-3.
More information and to register:
http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/bonsai-parents-children-2017

A bonsai is a living sculpture, changing from day to day, season to season, and year to year. Creating and caring for a bonsai combines the principles of design with the science of horticulture; it develops an appreciation for the world of trees and the world of three-dimensional artmaking. In this hands-on workshop, you and your child will learn the basic principles and techniques of bonsai design, creating your very own bonsai from tropical material and transplanting it into a ceramic bonsai container.

BONSAI FOR YOUNG PEOPLE
A collaboration with the Milwaukee Bonsai Society
Saturday, June 24, 2017 – 1-3 pm
Fee: $60/ $50 members of Lynden or the Milwaukee Bonsai Society; includes one tree to take home; designed for children entering grades 4-9
More information and to register:
http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/calendar/bonsai-young-people

A bonsai is a living sculpture, changing from day to day, season to season, and year to year. Creating and caring for a bonsai combines the principles of design with the science of horticulture; it develops an appreciation for the world of trees and the world of three-dimensional artmaking. In this hands-on workshop, you will work one-on-one with an experienced bonsai teacher to learn the basic principles and techniques of bonsai design, creating your own bonsai from tropical material and transplanting it into a ceramic bonsai container to take home.

SUMMER CAMPS AT THE INTERSECTION OF ART AND NATURE

June 12-August 30, 2017
Ages 20 months-15 years
Fees vary.
More information and to register: http://www.lyndensculpturegarden.org/camps

Lynden’s art and nature camps for children aged 20 months to 15 years integrate our collection of monumental outdoor sculpture with the natural ecology of our hidden landscapes and unique habitats. Led by artists, naturalists, and art educators, the camps explore the intersection of art and nature through collaborative inquiry and hands-on artmaking, using all of Lynden’s 40 acres to create a joyful, all-senses-engaged outdoor experience. Camps conclude with an informal showing for family and friends. Join us for a summer of art and nature!

COMING IN JULY

Camps will be in full swing in July, and it’s also the month when we gather teachers for our Innovative Educators Institute summer laboratory (you may join us for a reception on July 28, when we open an exhibition of the work made during the lab). We open a new exhibition on July 9, Katy Cowan: reflected-into-themselves-into-reflected. Cowan’s mostly sculptural work will fill the gallery and spill out onto the grounds. Tai Chi for Health Warriors continues on Sunday mornings, we have a docent-led tour on July 2, dogs enjoy a summer day at Lynden on July 15, and Tuesdays in the Garden takes on flower power on July 11 and July 25. Family-friendly events include Little Drifters, a drop-in workshop on July 16, and Beasts in the Garden on July 22, a performance featuring Danceworks campers that will be preceded by a family movement workshop. The Garden Series hosts two events: Natural Approaches to Garden Pest Control, a companion planting workshop on July 1 with Joel Hitchcock Tilton, and a garden design talk by Michelle Zimmer on July 29. Zimmer will be discussing the design of the pollinator garden around the Bonsai Exhibit. July workshops include Wet-on-Wet Watercolor Painting with Colin Matthes on the 22nd and Bahala na! Writing the Wild Edges, a craft talk and workshop with poet Amanda Ngoho Reavey on the 29th. We have two events on July 23: the Women’s Speaker Series presents Bianca Marais, author of Hum If You Don’t Know the Words, and in a continuing series of responses to Eliza’s Cabinet of Curiosities, Arsène DeLay will offer an intimate concert on the porch of the cabin. Lynden will be closed for the holiday on July 4.

ABOUT THE LYNDEN SCULPTURE GARDEN

The Lynden Sculpture Garden offers a unique experience of art in nature through its collection of more than 50 monumental sculptures sited across 40 acres of park, lake and woodland. The sculpture garden is open to art and nature lovers of all ages from 10 am to 5 pm every day except Thursdays (closed). Beginning May 31, the sculpture garden remains open until 7:30 pm on Wednesdays. Memberships are available. More information: http://lyndensculpturegarden.org or 414.446.8794.

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