This is the version of Yankeetown Pond Project video that was screened at Center for Photography at Woodstock and Catskill Center in Arkville, New York.
Violet Snow wrote a vibrant piece about Yankeetown Pond Project in Woodstock Times.
I am very pleased to announce the locations and dates of the final video screening. Below is a short description of the event. (Read more about it in the full description and previous post) Catskill Center and Center for Photography at Woodstock present Yankeetown Pond Project, a video by Bearsville artist Keiko Sono, chronicling her public […]
Keiko Sono introducing the project at the monthly club meeting. Also pictured: Russell Oakes, the Club President (photo credit: Tracy Oakes) Wittenberg Sportsmen’s Club accepted my request to introduce this project to their members, and on Wednesday November 7 at their monthly meeting, I was met with warm welcome. My introduction to the project […]
In my earlier post, I showed photos of a rock structure whose purpose was unknown to me. In response to the photos, I received an email from one of the residents. I know about the rock pile. If you walk along the earth dam you can see several spots where water has overflowed that dam during […]
June 20th was “Meet the Artist” day. I had sent out 38 invitations to residents around the pond, and along Pond Road, to join me at the canoe landing site. This seemingly simple project had unintentionally struck the nerve of some residents, largely due to the ongoing discussion over the hunting use of surrounding New York City-owned land, […]