Tag Archives: Claryville NY

Neversink Transmissions Public Tour

Yesterday afternoon close to 40 people from the Claryville community and beyond came out for our work-in-progress tour of Neversink Transmissions. Patrizia and Peter of the Wildcat Fellowship Program put together a lovely afternoon program. We met at the Denning … Continue reading

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Wednesday Progress

We started our morning heading down to the Claryville dump to meet up with Ed Mues. The dump is surprisingly nice in Claryville, it’s orderly and managed with close attention to detail. Waste is sorted into several large bins — garbage, recyclables, building materials — all of which get locked down overnight inside a huge bear-proof shed. Continue reading

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Summer Happenings

July 11-24  2011 Wildcat Fellows Ellie Irons and Dan Phiffer will be in residence to create “Neversink Transmissions,” an extraordinary eco-art project that unites natural materials — including branches and forest debris — with interactive Wi-Fi and traditional radio transmissions. Here on … Continue reading

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Proposal for Neversink Transmissions

As environmentally engaged artists, Ellie Irons and Dan Phiffer (the 2011 Wildcat Fellows) are very interested in the ecological and cultural effects of environmental change. They believe that issues such as variations in river flow, erosion control strategies, agricultural development, … Continue reading

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More about Ellie Irons and Dan Phiffer, the 2011 Wildcat Fellows

The Artists’ Biographies Ellie Irons received her M.F.A. from Hunter College in 2009. Her work has been exhibited throughout the Northeast, including shows at the Estuary Gallery (Beacon, NY); Climate/Gallery (Queens, NY); the Williamsburg Firehouse (Brooklyn, NY); and the Rosenwald-Wolf … Continue reading

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Jurors Select Wildcat Fellow(s)

Hooray! The jury has selected the 2011 Wildcat Fellow—uhmm, fellows, actually: the collaborative team of Ellie Irons—an environmental sculptor—and Dan Phiffer—a new media artist. Irons and Phiffer’s project is called “Neversink Transmissions.” As the artists have described it, “the project … Continue reading

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The Stream Project: Art Along the Neversink River

CALL FOR PROPOSALS FOR SUMMER 2011 In partnership with the Rondout & Neversink Stream Management Program of the Sullivan County Soil & Water Conservation District, the Wildcat Fellowship Program seeks projects of high artistic merit that relate to the Neversink … Continue reading

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