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Jeffrey Rubinoff Sculpture Park Concert!!
August 2, 2022 @ 12:00 pmFREE
Borealis String Quartet will perform selected repertoire to highlight the connection between counterpoint in musical and sculptural form.
Please bring a blanket or folding chairs and enjoy the performance outdoors in our amphitheatre. Please note that this year there will be no indoor seating available in the interpretive centre, however, a limited number of chairs will be placed in the courtyard. We encourage visitors to arrive early, reserve a spot, and then peruse the park. Washrooms will not be available during the concert.
First opened to the public in 2008, the park is situated on a farm purchased by Rubinoff in 1973 for the purpose of the creation and storage of his work. Rubinoff repurposed its barn, originally built in 1889, into a fabrication and casting studio, and worked there from 1980 until his death in 2017. For more than thirty years in the making, the 200-acre Jeffrey Rubinoff Sculpture Park is home to over a hundred steel sculptures – artist Jeffrey Rubinoff’s life’s work.
The park is an amazing opportunity to go and walk through the life’s work of an artist who called his sculptures “music in 3D form”.
Jeffrey Rubinoff wanted the Park to be a place for the appreciation of non-commodity values of art. As such, there is no charge for admittance, or for tours, concerts, or events. The sculptures are permanently sited. They are not for sale, and cannot be shown in another museum or any other context.
Preparing for your visit
The Hornby bus stops at the Sculpture Park. Please see Hornby Bus for a schedule.
For more information go to their website!