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Bradford Graves (1939-1998) left a legacy of great limestone sculpture. More than 150 pieces are on view. The Limestone Cowboy, from Texas, loved the topography and geology of his home state and the south west. He is truly an American artist. The perfect place to maintain social distancing. Schedule your alone time here among the limestone sculptures. 845 230 - 0521 www.bradfordgraves.comFind out more »
CLIMBING THE WALLS MULTI MEDIA EXHIBIT OPENING JUNE 13th Digital project at www.studiotheaterinexile.com and www.HudsonValleyMOCA.org June 13. Ocean Morisset (#1) and Satyaki Dutta , Katori and Thomasine Crawford June 19th: Honoring Junetenth, Guest Lorraine Currelley showing works by Isis Kenney and Lorraine Currelley June 27th: Charisse Brown, Marjorie Conn, Donna Faranda Climbing the Walls is a collaborative project between Studio Theater in Exile and Hudson Valley MOCA that asked for artists across genres to contribute, visual art, music, monologues, and…Find out more »
Walk the one-mile loop trail at the Mawignack Preserve and discover new outdoor interpretation that the Thomas Cole National Historic Site created in partnership with Scenic Hudson, Greene Land Trust, Greene County Historical Society, and the Mohican Nation Stockbridge-Munsee Band with support from the Hudson River Valley Greenway.Find out more »
The Putnam Valley Farmers market will mark it's 15th year this summer. Our first market is on Friday, June 26th, from 3 pm to 6:30 p;m. There are 10 markets, the last on August 28th. We are located at Tompkins Corners Cultural Center, 729 Peekskill Hollow Rd., Putnam Valley Sponsored by the Putnam Valley Residents Coalition, our vendors will include a variety of fresh produce, soups, appetizers, breads and cheese. We also have an abundance of pastries and deserts plus…Find out more »
A 12-part series co-hosted by Alexander Platt, Music Director of Maverick Concerts and Rob Brown, radio program director of WMHT, "The Maverick Hour" will feature broadcasts of some of the most revered past concerts recorded live by audio engineer Dan Czernecki of Classical Recording Service at Maverick’s Concert Hall. The episodes will air each Sunday from June 28th-September 13th, 2020 at 5pm on WHMT-FM 89.1 or 88.7 and https://www.wmht.org/player/ ---------------------------------------------------------------- Episode 1: The Beloved Shanghais (Airing June 28, 2020, at…Find out more »
The Rye Arts Center has moved its award-winning classes online! Classes include painting, drawing, coding, animation, sewing, model-making, ceramics, engineering, game design, Manga, music, theater, and more. Classes run Monday - Friday. Students can repeat classes week after week to build upon the skills they learn. Class sizes are small allowing instructors to adapt to the needs of each individual student. The week-by-week model is perfect for families who need a little flexibility as they adapt to changing summer plans.…Find out more »
Frozen Ropes Summer Camps offer both full day (9am-3pm) and half day (9am-12pm) options Monday-Friday for ages 5-14. Choose from: baseball, softball, or all-sport camp. Early drop off and late pick-up is available for $10 per day. All campers will be able to bring their own lunch or purchase lunch at our very own Triple Play Cafe. Registration can be done online or by phone.Find out more »
Visit our website and enjoy a gallery of works created by various artists in differing mediums. A collection of visual inspiration - a complement to our Summer Reading Program: "Imagine Your Story"Find out more »
Pick up a packet with all of the information and materials you need to enjoy an hour-long visit to the Thomas Cole site. Explore the scenic grounds and building exteriors of the artist’s home and learn about Thomas Cole’s influence on the cultural landscape with your custom kit of interpretive materials and activities. Select your Outdoor Explore Kit and reserve a time slot for your contact-less pick-up. Pick-ups are available on Friday, Saturday and Sunday mornings. Reservations must be made…Find out more »
When: Opening July 15 Where: Saugertiesarttour.org, FB @saugertiesarttour Contact: Barbara Bravo Phone: 845-246-7493 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org Website: www.saugertiesarttour.org The challenges presented by the corona virus has inspired us to re-invent this year’s Saugerties Artists’ Studio Tour. The 18th Saugerties Artists Studio Tour moves on line. We are taking full advantage of technology by using photography and videography to create a virtual tour that you can take from the comfort of your favorite easy chair or stream onto your TV to share…Find out more »