NOW OPEN: Brunel Sculpture Park

Brunel Sculpture Garden is a community-driven cultural center located on the former site of Emile Brunel’s home and Le Chalet Indien, a hotel opened by Brunel in 1921. Brunel was deeply enamored of Native American peoples and devoted half of his lifetime to constructing concrete expressionistic sculptures devoted to these indigenous communities. The result is an extraordinary, surreal, and magical folk art environment that is currently listed in the National and State Register of Historic Places. Today, these sculptures, built between 1921 and 1939 are still standing as a testament to the tangible and intangible cultural assets and practices of the Native American people of our region. The park hosts a plethora of native horticulture and serves as a tranquil, healing, inclusive and reflective space for visitors and residents.

Sunday, May 10, 2020 - 1 pm to Thursday, October 15, 2020 - 5 pm
Brunel Sculpture Park
Junction of Route 28 & Desilva Road

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