Event Recap: Storm King Art Center and Beacon Day Trip

Storm King Art Center and Beacon Day Trip (Dia Museum & local galleries)
with Claudia Sohrens

Leave NYC 8:30 AM - Return around 5 PM (arriving NYC 6:30 PM)

Transportation: MINI Van (holds up to 24 people)


• Pick up in Manhattan 8:30 AM (central location to be determined)

• 5 pm - return to Manhattan.

Includes: transportation, entry fees to both museums.

To RSVP Email bnelson2@earthlink.net.
To hold reservation - Pay via Paypal here or send check PAYABLE TO PWP to:
Barbara Nelson, 340 Haven Ave, Apt. 3J, New York, NY 10033

Note: payment with your reservation is required as transportation has to be pre-paid. In additions we cannot accept cancellations once payment is received.

Storm King Art Center is widely celebrated as one of the world's leading sculpture parks - 100 carefully sited sculptures created by some of the most acclaimed artists of our time. With the fall colors it offers great photography opportunities.  (Stormking.org)

Mid-day there will be a short drive across the river to historic Beacon, NY.

Lunch (not included in fee), Visit Dia Museum and some of the small galleries along the (small) main street.

Beacon is one of the small towns along the Hudson that participates in the summer art weekends. Beacon got its name for the signal fires that were atop nearby Mount Beacon during the Revolutionary War. It is home to Dia Beacon. Dia's collection of art from the 1960's to present. It occupies a building built by Nabisco in 1929 and is considered to be a model of early 20th century industrial architecture.  (www.diaart.org.)