Pasaquan will not re-open in the Spring as it has for the past several years. It is entering a transitional period during which it will likely undergo a lengthy and long hoped-for restoration process. Additional news is pending. Please stay tuned.



Many thanks to every single musician, artist, poet, volunteer, and visitor who helped celebrate Pasaquan on Artists for Pasaquan weekend.  Check out Friends of St. EOM's Pasaquan Facebook page for some great photos of the event.

Except for private tours, Pasaquan is closed for the winter season.  To arrange a private tour, e-mail us at landofpasaquan@gmail.com. The more notice you can give us, the better. Cost of a private tour is $100 for 1-20 people.

Even though Pasaquan is closed for tours, work is continuing behind the scenes.  Stay tuned here for exciting updates regarding the restoration effort.  Keep your hair combed upward, your power suits zipped, and send good vibrations our way!



The Pasaquan Preservation Society is proud to announce Artists for Pasaquan Weekend, Nov. 2-3, 2013. This event will include site tours, musical performances, food vendors, and an art show and sale featuring the works of many regional artists.
A new feature of Artists for Pasaquan Weekend this year will be "Visions of Pasaquan — Poetry Readings in the Spirit of St. EOM" by Atlanta Queer Lit Festival. The readings are scheduled for 2 and 4 p.m. Saturday, Nov. 2, at Pasaquan.
Artists for Pasaquan allows artists and musicians to demonstrate their belief in the importance of preserving Pasaquan while offering visitors one last chance to see this world-renowned art site before it closes for the winter. Pasaquan and its eccentric creator, Eddie Owens Martin, a.k.a. St. EOM, have been featured in dozens of local, regional, and national publications and television shows, including the New York Times, NPR, Smithsonian Magazine and the San Francisco Chronicle. 
The complex consists of six unique buildings, all interconnected by a series of painted masonry walls, colorful concrete sculptures and an assortment of interesting landscape elements and plantings. Pasaquan is an amazing example of individual creativity and a personal vision that is virtually unmatched in its scope and concept anywhere else in the world.
Cameras and picnic baskets are welcome. Food will also be available for purchase.
The site is located near Buena Vista, Ga., an easy drive from Atlanta, Columbus, Macon and Albany. For directions and further information, visit www.pasaquan.com.
Admission to Artists for Pasaquan is $5 per person, free for kids 6 and under. Cash only, please. All proceeds go to the preservation of Pasaquan.
Artists for Pasaquan Weekend
Saturday, Nov. 2 from 10 a.m. to 9 p.m. (gates close at 6)
Sunday, Nov. 3 from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Admission is $5 (free for kids 6 and under)
Visit www.pasaquan.com for directions


Recent Events -- A Field Trip and a Wedding

On Saturday, October 19, Stephanie Clayton and Patrick Bennett were married in a beautiful ceremony --

Photo by Annie Moye

And in early October a world religions class from Chattahoochee Valley Community College visited. The group was led by Professors Salman Elawad and Peter Branum, and a good time was had by all!

Photo by Fred Fussell




Make your plans now to attend ARTISTS FOR PASAQUAN WEEKEND on Saturday, November 2 and Sunday, November 3. If you're an artist and you'd like to show your work, contact Meg Anderson at jawjawgal@me.com. If you're a musician and would like to perform, contact Sean Rox Michael Schoff at seanrox@gmail.com More details will follow -- so comb that hair up and stay tuned!

The World Peace Day Meditation Retreat on September 21 was a very special day and a most successful event.  Many, many thanks to Gabriele Stauf of Americus, Georgia, for organizing the retreat. And thanks to the participants!  Here's a photo from the Empowerment Circle activity at the end of the day:


Upcoming Events:

Saturday, October 5-- Pasaquan open for tours, 10 - 4.

Saturday and Sunday, November 2 and 3 -- Artists for Pasaquan Weekend!  Stay tuned for more information!