i/thee and students collaborate on four installations that use recycled materials for inaugural art festival at the historic Woodstock site

In 1996 television magnate Alan Gerry purchased the historic grounds in Bethel, New York which played host to the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair. Over the next decade, Gerry transformed the site into the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts, spending $150 million constructing an on-site amphitheater and museum. For the past three years, the organization has worked to develop the Bethel Woods Art and Architecture Festival on the fabled 300-acre grounds. The theme of the inaugural festival was “Adapt, Mitigate, Design,” encouraging design teams to imagine architecture as a vehicle for social and environmental change through a series of installations. It is based upon the

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