Help Make #NoACP Art


March 31, 2018, 11:30 am, at the Route 29/Route 6 junction parking near Nelson Wayside. Join Wild Virginia and eco-Artist Amelia L. Williams to see the front lines of the #NoACP struggle. Learn about and contribute to an art installation built as a protest tactic to publicize the landscapes threatened by the proposed Atlantic Coast Pipeline.

Help complete the landowner’s “orange flag” Signal-to-Noise piece (reminiscent of Christo works) that is currently in progress. It is one of a triad of soundscape pieces. Following the participatory art project, Amelia will offer a walking tour of the other two pieces of soundscape art that comprise the “Soundings” installation. This is a great activity for families with children.

There will be two starting points for participants (one drive-to and the other a hike downhill and across a stream), which will accommodate walkers of varying abilities. The follow-up tour will start with an easy walking path and move on to a downhill trek through a meadow to see the Glass Harmonium.

Register here for the free event.