View in Old Forge has announced three unique week-long youth art camps, set for July 12th-16th, July 19th-23rd, and August 2nd-6th. [Read more…] about Week-Long Youth Art Camps Planned in Old Forge
The Historical Society of Newburgh Bay and the Highlands has announced “New Enlightened Views,” an invitational art exhibition of Hudson Valley landscape artists curated by the Historical Society and sponsored by the Newburgh Vintage Emporium Ware-House. [Read more…] about Hudson Valley Landscape Show To Support Newburgh Historical
Make a contribution online at our new Rally.org page: https://rally.org/f/4LBVKo9zYjO Or, send a check [Read more…] about Do We Report On Your Favorite Museum?
The Warren County Historical Society has announced an opening reception for “Historic Maps of Warren County,” a new exhibit curated by student intern Dominic Giordano, set for Thursday, June 24th. [Read more…] about Historic Maps of Warren County Exhibit Opening
Walking the paved path atop the embankment
leading down to the long-term-care facility,
I recall how poet William Stafford stopped
his car to roll a dead deer off the highway,
down into the canyon below, out of simple
respect for this other blood, in witness to our
reciprocity with the more-than-human world.
The Historical Society of Woodstock has announced “Seasons: Catching Nature’s Cycle,” a new exhibition featuring forty works by Woodstock artists, selected by guest curator Susana Torruella Leval from the collections of the Historical Society, and co-curated by Letitia Smith. [Read more…] about New Exhibit of Woodstock Landscapes by Woodstock Artists
The Sembrich has announced its 16th Annual Young Performers’ Showcase, which celebrates the talent of young musicians from across the region, is set for Sunday, June 13th. The showcase is a free performance opportunity open to students and young artists from across the Lower Adirondack and Greater Capital Regions. This year’s showcase will take place outdoors on the lake shore and feature piano and vocal selections including works by Chopin, Puccini, Mozart, and more. [Read more…] about Sembrich’s 16th Annual Young Performers’ Showcase
The Adirondack Lakes Center for the Arts (ALCA) is set to reopen its doors to the public on Thursday, June 24th, and will remain open through the summer and fall of 2021. [Read more…] about Adirondack Arts Center Announces Summer Events
On April 30th, 1939, President Franklin Roosevelt opened New York’s World’s Fair with an address in which he praised the commercial festival as a “symbol of peace.” An idea dreamed up at the height of the depression, the theme of the Fair was “The World of Tomorrow.” Its opening slogan was an inspiring “Dawn of New Day.” [Read more…] about Arthur Szyk: The Artist As Soldier
Momentum for the launch of the Hudson Gallery Crawl in Hudson, NY, is growing with over 70 businesses getting ready to stay open late on Saturday, June 12th. Every second Saturday of the month these galleries and stores will be keeping their doors open until 9 pm with the restaurants and bars in town staying open much later. [Read more…] about 70+ Participating in 2nd Saturday Hudson Gallery Crawls