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Beacon, NY, July 9, 2019 – Rehabilitation Through The Arts (RTA), a non-profit organization that uses the transformative power of the arts to develop skills incarcerated people need for successful integration into the community while raising public awareness of the humanity behind prison walls, will present Rehabilitation Through The Arts: 1,000 Cranes, An Origami Art […]Find out more »
(All You Need Is) Satisfaction includes work by thirty-one artists who created work inspired by the songs of The Beatles and Rolling Stones. Well known and deep album cuts inspired art of various styles and mediums. Artwork in the exhibition will be available to view and purchase online at www.emergegalleryny.com and through Artsy https://www.artsy.net/emerge-gallery-ny opening […]Find out more »
La Guelaguetza Festival. El Grupo Folclórico de Poughkeepsie and the La Guelaguetza Planning Committee present “La Guelaguetza de Poughkeepsie”, a free event for residents and visitors to experience the rich cultural traditions of Oaxaca, here in the Hudson Valley. The celebration centers on traditional dancing, music, and colorful costumes with decorated headpieces. Each costume and […]Find out more »
As part of an eclectic and thought-provoking summer series, TAG proudly presents "Transparency: The Material and The Immaterial" (Aug. 2 – Aug. 25), featuring works that explore transparent and translucent materials playing with how light, darkness and shadow interact; opening reception Sat. Aug. 10, 6pm – 8pm (note date, one week later than usual).Find out more »
The August exhibit at the Amity Gallery will feature the watercolor paintings of Martha Haude and the ceramics of her daughter, Morgan Haude. Opening Reception: Saturday, August 3 from 5 to 7 PMFind out more »
This lecture will explore Woodstock as a ferment of art, experimentation, and creativity in the 1960s, a period in which artists as much as writers and musicians contributed to a growing counterculture opposed to mainstream values. Location: BYRDCLIFFE Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock, NY 12498 http://www.woodstockguild.org - (845) 679-2079Find out more »
Woodstock: the word is shorthand for the 1960s counterculture. Artists as well as writers and musicians contributed to Woodstock’s reputation as a bohemian enclave. As early as 1952 experimental composer John Cage debuted his (in)famous 4’33” — four-and-half minutes of silence. Inspired by Cage, avant-garde artist Allan Kaprow staged a 1962 “Happening” in the forests […]Find out more »
The Quatuor Danel was founded in 1991 and is famous for their bold, concentrated interpretations of the string quartet cycles of Haydn, Beethoven, Schubert, Shostakovich, and Weinberg. Their lively and fresh interpretations of the traditional quartet repertoire have earned rave reviews from the public and press alike. Quatuor Danel is a regular guest at festivals […]Find out more »
Free admission on Saturdays and Sundays for City of Beacon residents (including the adjacent Hudson Valley communities of Chelsea, Fishkill, and Glenham). Dia:Beacon gallery displays rotate regularly. For more information and seasonal hours, visit www.diaart.org.Find out more »
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