by Connie Sullivan-Blum
Executive Director, The ARTS Council of the Southern Finger Lakes
Who was the first human to discover the sweetness of honey?
How did they take the leap from simply stealing honey from a hive to actually cultivating the bees?
Our relationship with the natural world has been formed over time by creative surges.
Every tool we’ve designed, every plant discovered, every recipe concocted, every animal domesticated, every continent explored represents a mixture of imagination and trial and error, which are in turn the building blocks of art and science. From this foundation, history pollinates the future.
The Garden of Fire program celebrates the artist and scientist in all of our children!