Echoes of a Recent Past

Echoes of a Recent Past
at the Museum of Ventura County
September 22 @ 5-8pm

Join us for a special evening celebrating the opening of our new Sculpture Garden and the space’s first installation by artist Paul Lindhard. Enjoy live music by Jason Brock’s rock band, post-Celtic music by Maya Lumen, aerial performances by Fly Time Fitness, and participate in a silent auction!

Who: The Museum of Ventura County in collaboration with artist Paul Lindhard of Art City Studios debuts museum’s new Santa Clara Street Garden Installation, Echoes of a Recent Past.

When: On Wednesday, September 22, 2021, 5:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. join the Museum of Ventura County for a special celebration recognizing the recent installment of Echoes of a Recent Past. The celebration will include introductions, special announcements, and a short video of the site’s history. The event will be followed by light refreshments and musical performances by Jason Brock and his band, post-Celtic musician Maya Lumen, and aerial performances by Fly Time Fitness. Guests can also enjoy food from local food trucks along with beer and wine for purchase.

What: The Museum of Ventura County announces and welcomes guests to attend the first official Santa Clara Street Garden art space event, Echoes of a Recent Past, a long-term art installation that incorporates repurposed, and reinterpreted materials found on developed lots in downtown Ventura. The artistic idea is to imagine a cultivated land experience, by using and showcasing the usefulness of discarded materials, space, and history. Artist Paul Lindhard’s theme is to use both historic and familiar concepts that can be found in our natural human habitat — in past, present, and fanciful. “Echoes of a Recent Past was an evolution of historic possibilities that all harkens for me to a future interaction for the museum and the community for that space to evolve,” stated artist Paul Lindhard.

Where: The Museum of Ventura County

100 East Main Street, Ventura, California 93001

The event will take place inside the sculpture garden, located on the Santa Clara Street side.

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