Join RedLine and the Rocky Mountain Land Library this Labor Day for Re/Call. This free 3-day event combines an exhibition, camping with artists, communal meals, programs, performances and participatory projects over the long weekend. Located in Garo, CO at the Buffalo Peaks Ranch, Re/Call is a curated art and communal experience that celebrates the natural environment, embraces the intersection of art and nature, and lingers between the ethereal and tangible.
THIS EVENT IS SOLD OUT
Full Schedule listed at the end of this post.
Registration packets with directions, program details and camping information will be sent to all registrants via email, prior to arrival.
Participating Artists, Performers and Facilitators include: Libby Barbee & Bill Nelson, the Barter Collective, Halsey Burgund, Sayler/Morris Project, Michelle Comstock, Gregg Deal & Sarah Ortegon, Nathan Hall, Ana Maria Hernando, Tyler Jones, Eliza Minot, Nikki Pike, Eileen Richardson, Kenneth Robinson, Sarah Wallace Scott, Tory Tepp, Jeremy Wolf, and Melanie Yazzie.
Questions? Registered guests please email email@example.com
Re/Call is a collaboration brought to you by Mary Caulkins, Louise Martorano, and RedLine Contemporary Art Center. Thanks for your interest!
FULL SCHEDULE + IMPORTANT INFO:
Location & Directions
Rocky Mountain Land Library at Buffalo Peaks Ranch
37612 CO-9 Fairplay, CO 80440
Directions From Denver - Head west on 285 for 90 minutes until you reach Fairplay/South Park. Continue through main light and turn left on CO-9 Travel for about 10 Minutes down CO-9 and the ranch will appear on the left/east side of the road.
[IMPORTANT NOTE: The exhibition begins once your wheels hit 285 South with Halsey Burgund’s en route sound installation. Scroll down to the “Exhibition” portion of this packet for directions on how to access this piece as you travel to Re/Call!]
Transportation & Parking Options
Visitors to Re/Call will have a few options for travel to the exhibition and programming.
Option 1 – Free Shuttle
- A shuttle will leave from RedLine at 10 AM on Saturday & Sunday and return at 7 PM on Saturday & Sunday.
- Please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org to RSVP if you want to reserve your spot on the bus.
New Option: Option 2 - Day Pass Parking
Set your GPS to the Rocky Mountain Land Library in Fairplay:
From Denver, once you take a left off of 285 South onto CO-9 you will travel for about 11 minutes. You will pass Red Hill Community on your left and the road will gently turn to the right. Once the curve ends you will see a bridge up ahead - please begin to slow down as the entrance to parking is on the right before the bridge, and the Rocky Mountain Land Library / Buffalo Peaks Ranch is on your left. Look for signs and parking attendants will be there to guide you into the pasture parking. You are welcome to enter and exit this parking throughout the weekend, just be careful entering and exiting onto the highway.
Option 3: Camping Parking
Campers are welcome to park in the Day Pass parking or if you plan to stay the whole weekend you will be directed to car/camping sites upon arrival. All camping is located by the old horse barn and there are stalls for parking. You are welcome to enter and exit the ranch but due to ongoing programming, entry and exit will be limited to before or after scheduled programs. For this reason, we ask you refer to the following parking schedule:
September 1: Arrive before noon or exit after 9 PM
September 2: Arrive before 7AM or exit after 9 PM
September 3: Arrive before 7AM or exit after 9:30 AM
If you have questions about parking or camping, please do not hesitate to email us at email@example.com
Check-in / Registration
Located at the entrance gate of Buffalo Peaks Ranch, please check-in at registration to retrieve an exhibition guide designed by Alex Fielder with artist interviews and essays edited and facilitated by Helen Thorpe. After check-in, reference the program schedule in the exhibition guide to see what’s next on the schedule and then feel free to experience the exhibition on your own or participate in one of the artist-guided tours.
Camping Attendees who plan to camp will be directed to designated camping areas upon arrival.
Things you may want to bring:
● Layers! (Prepare for all types of weather)
● Sleeping bag and pad
● Camping Chair
● Refillable Water Bottle
● Bug Spray
● Reusable Plate, Knife, Fork, Spoon and Cup
All meals will be provided but to limit waste we will be providing wash & drying stations. Please bring your own dishware and beverage containers to use for all meals.
● Trail mix (though snacks will be provided)
● Headlamp / Flashlight
● Raincoat / Umbrella
● Fishing pole (if you have a fishing license)
● Durable shoes – sandals not advised
● Warm socks
Camping Restrictions / Things to Know
● Due to the extreme hot and dry conditions, no campfires will be allowed during Re/Call at personal campsites or in communal fire pits.
● This is a plastic waste free zone, so please remember to bring a refillable water bottle and all your necessary dishware so you can wash and re-use them for each meal.
● We are in rural western Colorado, so please note there is wonderful wildlife all around which you may hear during the night.
Hospitality [Meals for both Day Pass attendees and Campers]
If you plan to join us for a meal, please bring your own set of dishes and silverware to wash and reuse.
Meals will be provided and sourced by local farmers and restaurants.
Participation in meal preparation is appreciated.
Exhibition Visitors are welcome to explore the exhibition during daytime hours utilizing the exhibition guide
Please note that the exhibit begins as soon as you start driving to Fairplay. Click HERE when your wheels hit 285-South to experience the first work by Halsey Burgund. Once you arrive at the ranch, you can also access a digital version of the exhibition guide at http://www.redlineart.org/recall/
Re/Call Program Schedule
Saturday, September 1
12:00 PM - Native Opening, Regina Lopez-Whiteskunk, Former Educational Director of the Ute History Museum in Montrose, CO
12:15 PM - Welcome with Lunch
1:00 PM – Workshops (sign up for free by sending your RSVP to us at firstname.lastname@example.org
● Printing History with Melanie Yazzie (RSVP via email)
● Composing Soundscapes with Michelle Comstock (RSVP via email)
2:30 - 4:00 PM - Artist Tour with “Land Library” Reading by Eliza Minot
4:30 PM - Invisible Loss Movement - performance by Gregg Deal
5:00 - 6:00 PM - Break & Exploring
6:00 PM Dinner with Four Songlines by Sarah Wallace Scott
- The Birds are Praying for Us Opening to the Earth and to Each Other Ana Maria & Kenneth
- Hiraeth screening by Eileen Roscina Richardson
8:00 PM - Stargazing with Mary Caulkins
Sunday, September 2
7:30 AM Outdoor Sunrise Yoga led by Jamie Delucci
8:30 AM Breakfast
10 AM – Workshops (sign up for free by sending your RSVP to email@example.com)
● Composing Soundscapes with Michelle Comstock
11 AM - Workshop
● Printing History with Melanie Yazzie
12:30-2:00 Artist-led conversations over lunch
2:30 PM - Artist Tour with “Listen” Reading by Eliza Minot
4:30 PM - Rustic Yoga Nidra with Jeremy Wolf
6:00 PM Dinner
7:00 “A Thin Margin of Light” Poetry Reading with Ana Maria & Kenneth
7:30 PM - Invisible Loss Movement - performance by Gregg Deal
● Ecstatic Dance with Jeremy Wolf (Closing)
● Hiraeth screening by Eileen Richardson (10 MIN)
Monday, September 3
8:30 AM Breakfast
9:00 AM Artist-led tour of Four Songlines
● END - Thank you for coming to Re/Call!
Ongoing & Activities
Barter Collective Stories
Re/Call Exhibition Viewing
Walking the land
Other Resources & Opportunities
Gardener or Farmer?
If you are a gardener or farmer, please bring your surplus! A table will be provided for harvest swap throughout Re/Call for anyone who wants to share their locally grown goods.
Town of Fairplay
Over the Labor Day holiday there will be much to do and explore, please consider checking out the following during your trip to Re/Call:
- The Brown Burro
- Java Moose Millonzi’s
- The Soup Pot
- Dorothy’s Tamale’s
- South Park Fudge
- Coyote Creek
- Studio Arts Foundation
- Mountain Sun Arts
- Shawnee Mountain Gallery
American Safari Ranch
Please note that a signed waiver is required for all participants of Re/Call - you will receive one with your info packet via email after you RSVP. Please bring it with you to the event or email it, along with any with any questions to us at firstname.lastname@example.org