NEW ROCHELLE– A full season of art, music, family events, workshops and tours of a new sculpture garden are planned at Wildcliff in New Rochelle, a beautiful and historic home designed by Alexander Jackson Davis once used as a museum, and perhaps soon to become a nursery school.
The full schedule is here: www.incomingtideentertainment.com.
In addition, there will be 3 Fine Arts and Crafts Festivals, the first on June 16th, from 10am to 4pm, accompanied by Yoga demonstrations, pop-up pastel workshops, live music featuring, among others, Westchester Harp Ensemble.
Artist/craftsmen will be exhibiting and selling their work throughout the entire day. Visitors will be treated to a range of fine arts, jewelry, ceramics, metal work, wood and eclectic gift items.
The additional Fairs are scheduled for July 14th and August 11th.
Eric Woodlin, President of Incoming Tide Entertainment, LLC and founder of the PAC Theater at Trinity St. Paul Church in downtown New Rochelle says “To create a place to go every weekend and be able to experience a full range of arts and entertainment has long been my mission and I am excited to see it begin to be realized.”
Judith Weber, a ceramic artist and the founder of Media Loft, the only Artist in Residence Condominium in Westchester County, has joined Eric in the summer project. She shares her hopes “for the arts to become an almost every day event in New Rochelle.”
Wildcliff Manor is at 44 Wildcliff Road, New Rochelle.