Festival of Life in the Cracks Day
Festival of Life in the Cracks Day is observed next on Friday, March 10th, 2023 (290 days from today).
March 10th every year is Festival of Life in the Cracks Day to celebrate the first signs of spring weather, such as the green sprouts sprouting from cracks in the pavement. It is a wonder chance to honor the rebirth and renewal in life, and see beauty and life everywhere as well.
What the origin of Festival of Life in the Cracks Day is
The origin of Festival of Life in the Cracks Day is unknown, however, this day is so important that we need celebrate together. Festival of Life in the Cracks Day is not time for staying at home, but for going out and then celebrating with your neighbors, and enjoying the beautiful life, even as it is found in the cracks in the ground.
How to celebrate Festival of Life in the Cracks Day
Celebrate the day by going out and looking for life in the cracks. Spring is less than two weeks away, and the trees are green and life is just beginning to sprout. Search for events in your community or find a way to celebrate the day yourself. There are many things you can do. A community has celebrated the day with poetry exhibitions, horticulture and museums.
There will have an exhibition Life in the Cracks of contemporary art, which are announced by The San Bernardino County Art Connection and Museum, the Arts Council of San Bernardino County. This exhibition opens on Saturday, March 3 and runs through April 1. On Saturday, March 10, the Museum participates in the National Festival of Life in the Rift with artistic experiences Fallen Fruit art group from noon to 4 p.m.
The exhibition of The Life in the rift introduces the depth and meaning in the little bits of life that flourish in unexpected places and features sculpture, painting and photography by some artists who come from the Inland Area and Mojave Desert such as Cathy Allen, Christy Roberts Berkowitz, Mary Bierle, Doug Blanc, Mariah Connor, Frederick Fulmer, Barbara Gothard, Sant Khalsa, Thomas McGovern, Paul Morehead, Andrew K. Thompson and Danielle Giudici Wallis. The artist reception takes place on Saturday, March 3 from 3:30 to 5 p.m.
Fallen Fruit is an art collaboration that began in Los Angeles in 2004 by creating maps of “public fruit” – fruit that grows on or on public property. Since this time, their projects have expanded to include diverse site-specific artworks that engage the public, temporary art installations, and other venues public participatory action centered on social media. Fallen Fruit artworks encourage the public to experience their city as a fruit-filled and generous place, inviting everyone to share and discover what it means to be community and partnership.
“In the spring, weeds and twigs grow through cracks in the asphalt and other crevices where life can go unnoticed or overlooked,” said Museum Director Melissa Russo. Museum director Melissa Russo said. In corporation between regional artists and The San Bernardino County Museum, the Art Connections Network, and Fallen Fruits invites guests to experience profound metaphors in life's unexpected and enduring signs. Art is an enlightening way to appreciate the nature around us. "
“Life in the rift” and other exciting programs and exhibits of the San Bernardino County Museum reflect the Board of Supervisors’ efforts to achieve the Countywide Vision by celebrating the arts, culture, and education in the district, creating a quality of life for residents and visitors.
ObservedFestival of Life in the Cracks Day has been observed annually on March 10th.
Wednesday, March 10th, 2021
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Friday, March 10th, 2023
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