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Events for January 16, 2021
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An exhibition featuring works by PETER ALLEN, SUSAN SPENCER CROWE, ELLEN JOURET-EPSTEIN, JOAN FFOLLIOTT, DEBORAH FREEDMAN, JUDY GLASSER, MIMI GRAMINSKI, ERICA HAUSER, LAURA MORIARTY, STEPHEN NICCOLLS, VICTORIA PALERMO, VINCENT PIDONE, ELISA PRITZKER, JON RICHERT, SUSANNA RONNER, CONNY GOELZ SCHMITT, GREG SLICK and ELLEN WEIDER. The Lockwood Gallery is recognized for mounting group shows with a […]Find out more »
The Art Effect's annual Reel Exposure Teen Film and Photography Festival in Poughkeepsie, NY is open for submissions! The festival features photography and youth-produced short films – narratives, animation, experimental and documentary – created by talented young artists from across the world. Reel Exposure brings together a diverse representation of youth-produced films and photography, from […]Find out more »
Woodbury Public Library is pleased to continue our support of the Visual Arts with our Virtual Gallery. Featuring works of both “Fine Art Mixed-Media Collage” and “Alcohol Ink on Porcelain Tile”, Ms. Adams' display offers thought-provoking expressions in two unique mediums. Enjoy the online exhibit running throughout October by visiting https://www.woodburypubliclibrary.org/virtual-art-gallery-october-2020/ Work pictured: Nature Awakens […]Find out more »
An Opening Reception for Photowork 2021: 34th Annual National Juried Photography Exhibition and a solo show, Nene Aïssatou Diallo: belonging to a memory, will be held on Saturday, Jan. 16 from 3:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m. in the galleries of Barrett Art Center’s historic 1840’s townhouse, located at 55 Noxon Street, Poughkeepsie, New York. Photowork […]Find out more »
Sashiko Mending with Natalie Stopka Saturday, January 16th, 1:00pm-3:00pm and Saturday, January 23rd, 1:00pm-2:00pm 2 Meetings, Online Japanese sashiko embroidery both reinforces and ornaments fabric with beautiful geometric patterns, all created with a simple straight stitch. In this remote workshop we’ll discuss the basics of materials selection and pattern development, then begin sewing together in […]Find out more »
Starting Friday, November 20, 2020, Dia Beacon opens at 10am year-round even while the seasonal closing times are in effect. Current Fall/winter hours are 10am-4pm. Dia art Foundation is committed to welcoming all visitors to Dia Beacon. Advance timed-ticket online reservations are required for admission, no tickets are sold onsite. Inside, capacity is limited so […]Find out more »
Dia Art Foundation presents a long-term exhibition of work by Mario Merz, featuring recent acquisitions Teatro cavallo (Horse Theater, 1967) and Tavola spirale (Spiral Table, 1982) alongside historical loans from collections in the United States and the Fondazione Merz in Turin. Using recycled organic and industrial materials, the artist developed a highly imaginative iconography and […]Find out more »
New York Folklore in Schenectady is pleased to announce its Winter 2020 / Spring 2021 special exhibit: The Art of Chinese Brush Painting by Zhong-hua Lu An exhibit of original Chinese Brush Painting by artist Zhong-hua Lu will be at New York Folklore, 129 Jay Street, Schenectady, (www.nyfolklore.org) from November 12, 2020 through the end […]Find out more »
Open call to all artists of all mediums to participate safely in a group exhibition. Objective: To continue creativity while participating in an exhibition that mirrors our collective experiences. To produce a long term record of this time of isolation, hardship, and sadness. To find glimmers of hope. Dates: from April 25th 2020 for as […]Find out more »