From the very first time I saw Calder’s mobiles filling the lobby of the SFMoMA, I was enraptured by sculpture: it takes up space and makes you move around it; it has a presence that is often undeniable. The ceramic sculptures featured in ArtsWestchester’s eARTh Event are no exception. This exhibit, curated by Clay Art Center’s Leigh Taylor Mickelson, Ceramicists use their medium to explore sustainability and the relationship between humans and the environment. I’m especially excited to see the Westchester County Cups Coming Together exhibit, which uses dozens of cups from an open and inclusive call for entries, as a visual metaphor for a community coming together under a single idea.


This is a kid-friendly exhibit, as well, so bring the whole family along for this amazing and completely free art event!