Golden State Creamery: The Land of Milk and Honey is an interactive art exhibit designed by local artist Lush Newton which explores the history, people and culture surrounding the historic Creamery building on its 100th anniversary. Conceived as an interactive exhibit the project will be designed to be outdoors and on a large scale. Using the Creamery building entrance, the recently constructed city wide bike/walking path in front of the building and the railroad tracks through the district, the exhibit will be displayed at the intersection of a wide range of neighborhood activities and be accessible to a broad mix of the public. It will be free to view and designed with an emphasis on families and children for its interactive elements.
The project will open on August 17 and remain in the district through September 24. It will be part of a neighborhood wide celebration of the 100th year anniversary of the Creamery building that will include performances August 17-20 from Flynn Creek Circus and a return of the Fervor Festival as well as our outdoor spectacle Elemental.