Remo Guidieri // Steve Fry // Orfeo Tagiuri // November 14
As fall settled on Averill Park we gathered around the fire and proudly welcomed Professor of Anthropology and Aesthetics, Remo Guidieri, who spoke at the mill for the third time. A Day at the Mill with Remo Guidieri has become a highly anticipated yearly event on the Arts Letters & Numbers calendar. This year was no exception.
We started the day at the House on the Hill with an informal piano concert. Steve Fry officially inaugurated our 9' grand concert piano generously donated to us by Margery Rosenberg and Susan Bahr.
Remo gave a passionate and moving talk touching on inescapable sociopolitical subjects concerning the world today. We then gathered for another intimate concert. Orfeo Tagiuri, an artist in residence at the time, shared with us his songs, most of which had been developed during his stay at Arts Letters & Numbers. The evening memorably concluded with conversations over another beautiful Mill Dinner orchestrated by Fellow Frida Foberg.
It ended as we like it, with everyone leaving with something to think about, a wider perspective of the world we live in.