Cold Hollow Sculpture Park artists in residence, choreographer Laurel Jenkins and composer Matthew Evan Taylor, perform “Beacon Fire,” an original composition, Saturday, Aug. 21, 2-5 p.m., 4280 Boston Post Road, Enosburg Falls.

Their multi-month effort to create a fleeting experience will ask us to consider the reasons to make things that disappear from sight, sound and place. The ephemeral performance will offer stark contrast to the very solid sculptures it will happen amongst.

After the performance Jenkins and Taylor will lead a conversation about community building as the motivation for artistic pursuits.

The event is free. Rain date is Aug. 22. RSVP at

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