Ragdale’s eighth annual Novel Affair benefit brings together renowned authors, artists, and architects for two evenings of creativity and conversation in support of Ragdale, the artist retreat in Lake Forest.
Ragdale is seeking proposals from architects, artists and designers to design, build, and exhibit the 2014 Ragdale Ring, a temporary theatre to house summer concerts, performances, and events at the artists’ retreat property in Lake Forest.
As part of Chicago Artists Month, Ragdale presents two autumn arts adventures in one afternoon – a Fall Salon & Progressive Brunch, and ArtWalk & Open Studios, on Sunday, October 20.
Ragdale’s Novel Affair 2013 brings together renowned novelists, artists and composers for two evenings of creativity and conversation in support of Ragdale, the artist retreat in Lake Forest.
Ragdale’s latest spotlight performance, “Synesthesia,” is a presentation merging performance, structure, sound and light, curated by artists Petra Bachmaier, Barbara Cooper and Barbara Hashimoto.
Looking for something to do this weekend? Check out the Lake Bluff Farmers’ Market, the Lake Forest Preservation Foundation Wine Stroll, LFBA Scouts Showcase or the inaugural Ragdale Ring Gala.
Ragdale, the nationally acclaimed artist retreat located in Lake Forest, offers monthly, docent-led tours from June – September for individuals and small groups.
Ragdale has selected a proposal by Stephen Dietrich Lee of New York and his associates as the winning design for its outdoor installation and performance space.
What’s on the calendar this weekend? Lake Bluff candidate debates, a Lake Forest candidate meet and greet, the North Shore Home, Health & Business Expo, and a discussion featuring two best-selling authors.
Join celebrated authors Jane Hamilton and Audrey Niffenegger for an intimate discussion exploring imagination, voice, and their distinctive, best-selling works, A Map of the World and The Time Traveler’s Wife, among others. Vision and Voice: A Conversation takes place on Saturday March 2