Wassaic Project’s latest exhibition ‘Take a Selfie of Me’ engages community with public installations

Setting up her installation next to the Amenia Free Library, artist Leila Gueramian invited spectators of all ages to walk into “Scroomsaw”, a hand-crafted fairyland she fashioned out of a repurposed emergency dome. Photo by Kaitlin Lyle

WASSAIC — Just a few days shy of fall’s beginning, The Wassaic Project found an interactive way to unveil its latest art exhibition, “Take a Selfie of Me,” on Saturday, Sept. 21, by inviting the community to seek out the installations that were set up in public spaces across Wassaic and Amenia.

While the opening receptions for the installations began at 3 p.m., Wassaic Project co-executive directors Eve Biddle, Jeff Barnett-Winsby and Bowie Zunino had plenty of activities scheduled earlier in the afternoon. 

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