HDTS: Epicenter - Thanks!
This weekend-long event brought together folks from near and far (from at least 14 US states and 6 countries!) for a long weekend of programs and projects in and around the spectacular landscape and community of Green River in Southern Utah.
We'll be sharing more images and recaps from the big event in the coming days, but in the meantime here are some images to give you a glimpse of the weekend. Also, please let us know if you have any stories, photos, videos, or other documentation or personal accounts from the event that you would like to contribute to the HDTS Archive!
HDTS: Epicenter was the culmination of a lot of hard work by many talented and generous individuals who we are fortunate to call our collaborators, colleagues, and friends.
Thank you to all the amazing individuals who helped make this year's event possible:
Our featured artists: Steve Badgett, Cabin-Time (Geoffrey Holstad, Ryan Greaves, Mary Rothlisberger, Sarah Darnell, Carson Davis Brown & Nick Stockton), Alyse Emdur & Michael Parker, Butchy Fuego and the Seeing Trails DFA (Eugene Ahn, Chase Bingham, Jeremiah Chiu, Greg Colebourn, Jonah Fernandez Olson, Butchy Fuego & George Jensen), Kathleen Johnson & Mark So (with Dominique Cox, Julie Brody, Kate Brown, Mari Garrett & Gabie Strong), Alison Kinney, Daniel Nickerson, Cyrus Smith & Matt Takiff, Nicole Lavelle, Charlie Macquarie, Allan McCollum, Jordan Topiel Paul & J. Gordon Faylor, Ephraim Puusemp, Kiersten Puusemp & Raivo Puusemp, and Bennett Williamson.
Our co-organizers at Epicenter: Bryan Brooks, Cyrus Smith, Maria Sykes, Mary Rothlisberger, Jack Forinash, Chris Lezama, Ryann Savino, Katie Anderson, and Armando Rios.
Our designers: Sarah Baugh, Taryn Cowart, and Nicole Lavelle.
We are grateful to the following foundations for their support of HDTS: Epicenter: Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts, National Endowment for the Arts (Art Works-Design), Utah Division of Arts and Museums, Utah’s Emery County Travel Board, and the Sorenson Legacy Foundation.
And a very special thanks to: Andrea Bacigalupo, Adam Bateman, Claire Bennett, Paulina Berczynski, Conae Black, Carson Brown, Cari Carmean, Kenneth Carpenter, Jo Anne Chandler, Alison Jean Cole, Matthew Dannevik, Bob Dornberger, Nancy Dunham, Dunham Melons, Luke Forsyth, ForYourArt, Leah Gallant, Adam Geremia, Marisa Goedhart, Green River Archives, Green River Conoco, Green River Thrift Store, Holiday River Expeditions, KCHUNG, The King Family, Bernard Leibov, Lloyd Logan, Jason Manley and the Weber State University sculpture program, The Mars Society, Miles Mattison, Jason Metcalf, Bill Morrison, Joelle Neuenschwander and Antonia, PACT, Justin Queen, Ray's Tavern, Rob Ray, Robbers Roost Motel, Shannon Rupert, Kathy Ryan, Julia Schenck, Shady Acres Gas Station, The Thaun Family, Sophie Trauberman, USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum, Hannah Vainstein, and Lisa Ward.
HDTS is nothing without our dedicated and resourceful artists, volunteers, supporters, collaborators, attendees, and friends – thank you!