Now here’s an interesting place to have an art exhibition: a cabin in Yosemite. If you’re in the area today or tomorrow, check it out. Terrance Reimer writes:
Nineteen students of the Faculty of Fine Arts / Photography from the University of Applied Arts Vienna, Austria have traveled to Wawona to realize photographic art projects inspired by a two-week visit to Yosemite National Park. Their photographic expedition culminates this Friday, May 9th at 6 p.m. with a 23 hour art exhibition at The Redwoods in Yosemite, Wawona, Cabin #99.
Upon entering the southern entrance to Yosemite National Park on CA Hwy 41, turn left continuing on CA Hwy 41/Wawona Road. Proceed into Wawona and turn right on Chilnualna Falls Road. Follow the signs to The Redwoods in Yosemite. Due to limited parking near the cabin, a shuttle will run from The Redwoods office to the cabin.
Students participating in the exhibition include: Enar De Dios Rodriguez, Gregory Desnieux, MariaMagdalena Ianchis, Noah Kolb, Mira Klug, Christian Kurz, Leonard Mandl, Olena Newkryta, Philipp Pesserl, Johannes Raimann, Marie Reichel, Antonia RippelStefanska, Anna Sophia Russmann, Hessam Samavatian, Mahir Siddgi, Rudolf Strobl, Nana Thurner, Julia Varkonyi, and Malin Walleser.
To follow the students’ adventures, check out their blog.