FINAL SCHEDULES GO LIVE ON MONDAY AT WASSAICPROJECT.ORG! BANDS
Body Language, The Suzan, Rocky & The Pressers, Dear Georgiana, Tim Love Lee, Kwesi Kankam, Hessismore, French Horn Rebellion, Thomas Csatari, Elijah & The Moon, Mira Cook, Bryce Hackford, Werebears, ID M THEFTABLE, Turner Cody, Thomas Wesley Stern, Electric Junkyard, King Mono
Listen to a mix of this year's bands on our 2014 Wassaic Project Festival Spotify playlist!
For descriptions + updates: wassaicproject.org/music/
FEATURES: Fort Tilden, Appropriate Behavior, Zero Motivation, plus a surprise late night horror film
SHORTS: Two short film programs curated by Jason Sondhi and Andrew S. Allen of SHORT OF THE WEEK.
Joining us for their screenings will be: Appropriate Behaivor director, Desiree Akhavan, Fort Tilden lead actress, Bridey Elliott, and SHORT OF THE WEEK curator, Jason Sondhi.
RSVP necessary for Friday + Saturday screenings at the Cattle Auction Ring. RSVP forms go live Monday!
For descriptions, updates and to RSVP: wassaicproject.org/film/
SEEING THIS GUY, a program of festival specific events, installations, and participatory projects fostering human-to-human interaction on the Wassaic Project grounds.
SEEING THE SKY, the Wassaic Project's 7th annual Summer Exhibition, speaks about how artists explore, examine, and work within their environments. Viewers are invited to climb the seven stories of the Maxon Mills grain elevator, and experience the work of over 70 emerging artists, half of whom are Wassaic Artist Residency alumni.
Artist Talks throughout the weekend.
For more info + updates: wassaicproject.org/exhibitions/2014-2/seeing-the-sky and wassaicproject.org/exhibitions/2014-2/seeing-this-guy/
Earl Mosley’s Institute of the Arts, OUI DANSE,
MBDance, Kiran Rajagopalan,
Daniel Gwirtzman Dance Company,
Ranardo-Domeico Grays’ VISIONS Contemporary Ballet,
Babara Mahler, Eva Dean Dance
For descriptions + updates: wassaicproject.org/dance/
Buffet breakfasts by the Wassaic Firehouse, wood-fired pizza, sandwiches and salads by the Lantern, vegan + vegetarian dishes by Chef Sarah Pace, shaved ice by Back in the Kitchen, and Artist Curated Snack Packs. The produce for the food this year is grown right here in Wassaic, provided by our neighbors Old Forge Organics.
For descriptions + updates: wassaicproject.org/food/
Plus Community Events such as art activities for kids and teens, a medicinal herb walk lead by Wassaic Community Farm, and a bonfire on Luther Barn field!
ADDRESS: 459 Old Rt. 22, Wassaic, NY, 12592
COST: $20 for the weekend
HOURS FOR INCOMING CARS: Friday, 5pm-midnight; Saturday, noon-midnight; Sunday: 10am-3pm
The Wassaic Project is easily accessible on the Metro-North Harlem line. Shuttles will run to and from the Wassiac station throughout the Festival weekend.
Camping at the Wassaic Project's campground is $40 per person for the whole weekend if you pay in advance, online HERE.
Kids under 10 camp free!
If you arrive on site without registering, camping is $60 and may already be full, so register in advance!
No camping equipment will be provided at the site. Tents, stoves, and sleeping bags can be rented cheaply at tenttrails.com (located in Manhattan) or thunderbirdtepee.com (located in Brooklyn). Please note that we allow only gas camping stoves at the camping grounds. There are no cars allowed on the campground itself, but parking is close by at 459 Old Rt. 22, Wassaic, NY, 12592.
WHAT SHOULD I BRING?
A hat for shade
Snacks or picnic meals
A refillable water bottle
Warm clothes! (sometimes it gets cool at night)
WHAT SHOULD I NOT BRING?
A grill or any open flame