March 21, 2014 |  by

The Artist Who Loved the Sky:  Cloudscapes, Weather, and the World of Eric Sloane

Programming and Events, 2014

The Eric Sloane Museum

Save these Dates!  Come and enjoy the many great events sponsored by the Eric Sloane Museum and the Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum. We look forward to seeing you this summer.

May 3rd– The Eric Sloane Museum will offer discounted admission in conjunction with the Connecticut Antique Machinery Association Spring Power Up on May 3rdfrom 10 to 4.  There will be demonstrations in pottery using a foot powered treadle wheel and bowl turning on a spring pole lathe on museum grounds.

May 17th – Opening of the 2014 exhibit The Artist Who Loved the Sky:  Cloudscapes, Weather, and the World of Eric SloaneFriends of the Eric Sloane Museum Hospitality Tent 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

June 14th – Connecticut Open House Day, 10 – 4.  Free Admission.  Children’s’ activities – create their own weathervane or lightning rod art piece to take home with them.  Art supplies will be provided.  Artist Joe Buda’s weathervane and lightning rod art on display.

July 4th – Annual “Ringing of the Bells” ceremony at 2 p.m.

July 26th – Opening reception for The World Above:  Artists Celebrate The Sky.  Friends of the Eric Sloane Museum Hospitality Tent 11 a.m. – 1 p.m.

August 23rd – For Spacious Skies: A Day to Celebrate the Sky.  Meteorologist, Children’s games and activities, Mr. Jack Borden of the For Spacious Skies program, and more.  1-4 p.m.

September 26th, 27th & 28th – CAMA Machinery Weekend – Discount Admission.  Tool demonstrations with Joe Buda.

October 3rd:  Last Day for The Artist Who Loved the Sky:  Cloudscapes, Weather, and the World of Eric Sloane.

October 4th:  Talk by Eric Sloane biographer James Mauch – The Artist Who Loved the Sky:  Cloudscapes, Weather, and the World of Eric Sloane.  11 a.m.


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