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Wesley Bernard, a Professor of Photography from SUNY Oneonta, will be exhibiting his photography project "To Grow a Farmer" in the Gallery Link of the Ellenville Public Library & Museum during February, March, and April 2019. Bernard's goal for this 12-portrait project is to show an aspect of contemporary farming in Upstate New York and […]Find out more »
Marist exhibition: February 8th- March 31st, James A.Cannavino Library, “Black Lit,” a rare book collection described by John Ansley, the Director of Archives and Special Collections at Marist as “a collection that features culturally perceptive novels, historically significant biographies, iconic poetry, and famously critical essays from some of the most prominent black authors of our […]Find out more »
Alex Smith Organ Trio (Keyboardist and Arranger for Lady Gaga and Tony Bennett) Featuring Jesse Lewis, Guitar Tony Jefferson, Drums The Alex Smith Organ Trio is a soulful jazz group that features originals and arrangements from the band with a focus on music that grooves, always played from the heart.Find out more »
Artists Reception for Sean Hemmerle and Monica d. ChurchFind out more »
Exhibition Dates: March 1- April 27, 2019 Opening Reception: Friday, March 1, 2019 6-9pm Location: Womenswork.art- 4 South Clinton Street, Poughkeepsie, NY 12601 Join us for the Opening Reception of "Nikki Hung: Taphophilia", a photography exhibition centered around the art of Taphophilia (or the love of Cemeteries), showing the themes of Beauty in Death, the […]Find out more »
Influenced by western classical and medieval music, and flavored with West African and Middle Eastern music, with a splash of jazz, Datura Road has a world music sound that is uniquely engaging and passionately palatable, achieving the best energy that world music has to offer.Find out more »
Opens March 1st, 5:00pm to 8:00pm Guest sculptor Kyle Cottier joins Queen City 15 gallery members in March. Cottier navigates “spatial dualities that shape the landscape for depth and growth of the human experience and our bodies’ relationship to our environment. His work echoes dualisms through the fragmentation of rigid material into billowing dream-inspired forms […]Find out more »
Rhinebeck Theatre Society, in partnership with The Anderson Center for Autism, presents the Tony Award-winning play The Curious Incident of the Dog in the Night-time from Feb. 15-Mar. 3. Performances are Fridays and Saturdays at 8 p.m., and Sundays at 3 p.m. A question and answer session will be held after the Feb. 17 and […]Find out more »
The show will take a look back at the last 15 years of art work created by John Breiner, featuring painting, drawings, collage, printmaking and clothing. The Opening reception is Friday March 1st from 6 - 9 pm and the show will be on view Fridays and Saturdays untill April 17th. The event is all […]Find out more »
MCCTA Presents "Hello Dolly!", tickets can be purchased at https://www.marist.edu/web/clubs/box-office. Ticket Prices: Adult - $12, Student/Senior/Military - $6 Show dates and Times: Wednesday (2/27) - 8PM (** $5 Student Tickets **) Thursday (2/28) - 8PM Friday (3/1) - 8PM Saturday (3/2) - 2PM Saturday (3/2) - 8PM (** Semi Formal Attire for Pre-show reception **) […]Find out more »
Oak Vino Wine Bar, 389 Main Street in Beacon, is featuring the oil paintings of Tarryl Gabel and the photography of Julian Diamond. All the works feature our beautiful Hudson Valley. Opening reception is February 9th, 7-9pm. Show runs from Feb 6th - April 6Find out more »
“Oil Paintings and Children’s Books” by Michael Garland Artist Reception Friday January 11, 6:30 – 8pm January 10 – March 13, 2019 The Sherman Library 1 Sherman Center, PO Box 40 Sherman, Ct 06784 860-354-2455 www.ShermanLibrary.org Open Tues, Wed & Friday 11 – 6, Thursday 11-7, Sat 10-4. The Sherman Library is pleased to announce […]Find out more »
Ntozake Shange’s collection of poetic monologues creates a theatrical form coined “choreopoem.” Seven women who, while having suffered oppression in a racist and sexist society, form a sisterhood through stories of love, empowerment, struggle and loss. *Use of racial epithets, themes/actions surrounding mental health & sexual violence*Find out more »
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