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Thursday, November 3rd
9:30am Depart from Carriage Barn, Return by 2:30pm

This program is full, email Kristin [email protected] to be added to the waitlist.


Join us for a guided visit to the Storm King Art Center on Thursday, November 3rd. In addition to having the opportunity to explore the vast grounds of Storm King, this will be the last chance to see the exhibition of works by internationally acclaimed artist Wangechi Mutu. 

Storm King Art Center is a 500-acre outdoor museum located just over an hour from New Canaan in New York’s Hudson Valley, where visitors experience large-scale sculpture and site-specific commissions under open sky. The park features permanent installations of sculpture by over 150 artists. With the changing exhibitions, new installations and foliage in different seasons, there are new discoveries with every visit.



Wangechi Mutu’s exhibition highlights her current practice in earth and bronze sculptures, which populate Storm King’s landscape. Mutu’s work reverently engages with the natural world to address ideas of mythology, ritual, and historical violence and its impact on women, their inextricable relationships with our ecosystems. Mutu rejects hierarchies among living things, whether human, plant, or animal. The artist molds her ideas and materials to assert the existence and cultural relevance of ancient original myths, fables, and histories derived from African art.

$140 for members, $155 for non-members. Includes guided group tour with a Storm King curator, a bag/picnic lunch, and round-trip coach transportation to Storm King from the Carriage Barn.  Space is limited.


About the Carriage Barn

The mission of the New Canaan Society for the Arts, Inc. is to promote the visual and performing arts, and to enrich the community through exhibitions, education, and cultural experiences, and to operate the Carriage Barn Arts Center.


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Carriage Barn Arts Center
Waveny Park
681 South Avenue
New Canaan, CT 06840

(203) 594-3638

[email protected]