Community Calendar

Community Calendar
Apr
19
Thu
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 19 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
20
Fri
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 20 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
21
Sat
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 21 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Vista Panorámica @ Ann Street Gallery
Apr 21 @ 6:30 pm – 8:30 pm
Vista Panorámica @ Ann Street Gallery | Newburgh | New York | United States

Vista Panorámica – Exhibit Opening and Artist Reception
Saturday, April 21
6:30 – 8:30 p.m.
Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery
104 Ann Street, Newburgh

Safe Harbors Ann Street Gallery presents our newest exhibition Vista Panorámica, a survey of works by fourteen Latino artists working and living in the U.S. The exhibition opens on Saturday, April 21, with a reception from 6:30 – 8:30 p.m. This event is free and open to the public.
In a world that identifies art with North American and European cultures, the Vista Panorámica exhibition offers an alternative view of the diverse expressions and practices that Latino artists are making within the category of contemporary art, and highlights their contribution to American art and culture.
Visitors can expect to see a panoramic selection of works drawn from artists working locally in the Hudson Valley and further afield. The exhibition brings together a broad range of artistic strategies, showcasing the rich vitality of distinctive individual practices that are shaping artistic conversations. Works on display include: sculpture, ceramics, paintings, drawings, video and installations.
For this group, who see themselves primarily as artists, their work is less concerned with identity and more focused on an expansive, multi-generational range of approaches and aesthetics of making. They are part of the global dynamic that promotes contemporary art of our time, creating new forms and languages while pushing the limits of their chosen media. It is through their work that these artists speak for themselves, expressed in diverse media from the conceptual to time-base installation art, to participating in current artistic movements.
Along these lines, the exhibition seeks to capture the diverse ways Latino artists are working today, not confined to one style of aesthetic production, but offering a panoramic view of modes of making while challenging audiences’ expectations of what is considered Latino art.
Featured artists: Bruce Burt, Erica Enriquez, Audrey Francis, Juan Granados, Maria Lago, Virginia Lavado, Nestor Madalengoitia, Libby Paloma (Collaborator: Ace Lehner), Elisa Pritzker, Rachel Rabinovich, Camilo Rojas, William Rodriquez, Julie Torres and Jacob Zurilla.
The gallery is located at 104 Ann Street in Newburgh, and hours are:
Monday through Thursday- 9 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. and – 1:30 – 4 p.m.
Friday through Saturday- 11 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Newburgh Last Saturday until 8 p.m.
For more information regarding Vista Panorámica, or the Ann Street Gallery,
contact Virginia Walsh, Director at (845) 784-1146, vwalsh@annstreetgallery.org, or visit www.annstreetgallery.org.
The exhibition was curated by Virginia Walsh and will be on view through Saturday, May 19, 2018.

Apr
22
Sun
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 22 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

CelebrateWomxn845 does A.R.T. @ Roost Studios
Apr 22 @ 4:00 pm – 7:00 pm
CelebrateWomxn845 does A.R.T. @ Roost Studios | New Paltz | New York | United States

F I E L D T R I P ✨
Join CelebrateWomxn845 as we venture over to the
A(ction) R(esistance) T(ransformation) CLOSING PARTY
presented by March On Hudson Valley
Sunday, April 22, 2018 from 4-7PM
@ Roost Studios in New Paltz

Check out our Facebook event link where we will organize carpools and/or make plans to meet up. Invite a friend and see you there for this powerful day!

The closing party will be the last day to see the artwork and will feature performances by local artists and groups including:
hudson river playback theatre, inc.
Our Voices: Resisterhood Choir
Tin Horn Uprising

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MARCH ON Hudson Valley and Roost Studios invite YOU to raise your art up and take part in A(ction) R(esistance) T(ransformation), an exhibition seeking to galvanize the people’s resistance movement by way of displaying creative works from (and for) the frontlines of the resistance that represent, inspire, empower, or straight-up *demand* ACTION, RESISTANCE, and TRANSFORMATION.

ART will be on display at ROOST Studios 3/29 – 4/22; come check it out anytime ROOST is open!

Apr
23
Mon
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 23 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
24
Tue
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 24 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
25
Wed
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 25 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
26
Thu
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 26 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
27
Fri
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 27 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States

On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum of spirit and wonder of this legendary, southwestern destination. Photographer George J. Nicholson’s lens alights upon a free-flowing, cross-section of subject matter – ranging from the textural play of light on adobe structures, awe inspiring cloud formations, visions of community, to breathtaking mountain creek studies. A master of capturing the ephemeral juxtapositions of ordinary objects in unexpected circumstances, Nicholson’s imagery results in powerful, photographic meditations reflective of the singular character of the Taos Valley and its people.

“George Nicholson’s camera wants to drink in the whole of the western sky. It wants to lick the stucco churches and inhale the high green pastures. It wants to sing to the streams and kiss the invisible soul. It wants us to see Taos as a waking dream of our own.” – Will Nixon, Mid-Hudson author and poet

Apr
28
Sat
Newburgh Last Saturdays
Apr 28 all-day
Newburgh Last Saturdays @ Newburgh | New York | United States

Celebrate the arts, local restaurants, cafes and shops in the city of Newburgh on the Last Saturday of every month! Artists, openings, open-mics, activities and schedule refresh monthly.

May
1
Tue
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 1 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

May
2
Wed
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 2 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

Mid-Hudson Wood Carvers Guild Show and Tell Monthly @ Woodcarving Art Form
May 2 @ 7:00 pm
Mid-Hudson Wood Carvers Guild Show and Tell Monthly @ Woodcarving Art Form | Monroe | New York | United States

From some of the oldest and the newest woodcarving creations made from our guild members presented
Each month.

May
3
Thu
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 3 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

May
4
Fri
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 4 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

May
5
Sat
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 5 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

The May Exhibit @ Amity Gallery
May 5 @ 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm
The May Exhibit @ Amity Gallery | Warwick | New York | United States

In the “May Exhibit” at the Amity Gallery, three artists relate to nature. Deborah Menzell Dressler offers flocks of sculpted birds looking out at the universe. Linda Winton’s watercolors and pastels reflect the momentary eloquence of a landscape. A playful, surreal collage grouping women on and above the earth is conceived by Roslyn Fassett.

May
6
Sun
“CATHE LINTON’S WALL ART” @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library
May 6 all-day
"CATHE LINTON'S WALL ART" @ CATHE LINTON Art /Greenwood Lake Library | Greenwood Lake | New York | United States

CATHE LINTON Art Work including pastels, drawings, photographs and collages. Well known for her innovative jewelry designs, Cathe now turns her talents to “Wall Art”.

Events Calendar

Apr
19
Thu
all-day TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portra... @ Albert Wisner Public Library
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portra... @ Albert Wisner Public Library
Apr 19 all-day
TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time @ Albert Wisner Public Library | Warwick | New York | United States
On exhibit for the month of April at the award winning Albert Wisner Public Library in Warwick, NY, “TAOS JOURNEY: High Desert Portraits of Time” offers art enthusiasts a unique glimpse into the wide-ranging spectrum[...]
10:00 am MSMC Graduate and Adult Degree C... @ Mount Saint Mary College, Aquinas Hall/MST Atrium
MSMC Graduate and Adult Degree C... @ Mount Saint Mary College, Aquinas Hall/MST Atrium
Apr 19 @ 10:00 am – 7:00 pm
MSMC Graduate and Adult Degree Completion Programs Transfer Event @ Mount Saint Mary College, Aquinas Hall/MST Atrium | Newburgh | New York | United States
Meet with our admissions staff and advisors about completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or both. We can help you to apply, transfer credits, search for financial aid, and schedule classes.
5:00 pm Information Session @ Villa Library
Information Session @ Villa Library
Apr 19 @ 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm
Information Session @ Villa Library | Newburgh | New York | United States
Meet with our admissions staff and advisors about completing a bachelor’s or master’s degree, or both. We can help you to apply, transfer credits, search for financial aid, and schedule classes.

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