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Constitution Festival

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General Admission

Thursday Free

$25 Friday meal included / $15 Student/26 or under

$10 Saturday / $5 Student/26 or under

$35 Full Package / $20 Student/26 or under

 

Special Packages

$80 Bronze -  full package admission for 1, your name published in the program and one ALN tote bag

$125 Silver - full package admission for 2, your name published in the program, two tote bags, and an 11” x 17" poster

$350 Gold - full package admission for 4, your name published in the program, four tote bags, an 11” x 17” poster signed by all participants, and a SunShip exhibition catalogue. 

$500 Platinum - full package admission for 4, your name published in the program, four tote bags, an 11” x 17” poster signed by all participants, a SunShip exhibition catalogue, and one original Arts Letters & Numbers artwork.

Time

Thursday August 3rd: 8pm - 11pm

Friday August 4th: 6pm - late

Saturday August 5th: noon - late 

 

Parking (Free)

Please follow directions by the staff onsite. 

 

Check-in

The House on the Hill at 1543 Burden Lake Road

 

Camping - $10 per tent

If you are interested in camping, please purchase your campsite when placing your ticket order. 

 

Albany shuttle - $5 per person, roundtrip

Daily shuttle to/from Albany train and bus station will be available at the following times:

Thursday 6pm

Friday 5pm

Saturday 11am and 4pm

Sunday 11am and 6pm

 

Food and beverages

Friday’s dinner is included in the ticket price. 

Food and beverage stands will be available throughout Saturday.

Cash is strongly encouraged for your purchases at food and beverage stands.

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Additional Info

This immersive festival will present works created during CONSTITUTION, a four-week interdisciplinary summer workshop, bringing together architects, artists, filmmakers, musicians, composers, physicists, poets, photographers, actors, mimes, chefs, and scientists.

The festival opens on Thursday, August 3rd with a screening of Bill Morrison’s film "Dawson City Frozen Time"

Friday August 4th our annual celebratory dinner  followed by the opening of the festival

Saturday will bring an array of installations, spoken word pieces, film screenings, workshops, music, and culinary creations as well as a final performance presented by Arts Letters & Numbers participants, and visiting artists.