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Erica K. Spiess, biological science technician and natural resource ranger, NPS, Upper Delaware Scenic and Recreational River and graduate student, East Stroudsburg University, will lead a discussion about the bats in the residence of the river and how NPS studies them. Parts of the talk can help scouts meet the requirements for the Mammal Study merit badge. Museum Chairman Michael Drillinger will moderate. A Q&A session will occur at the conclusion.Find out more »
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 »
Carrie Haddad Gallery is pleased to present ‘Natural Worlds’, a group exhibit featuring new mixed media by local artists Jeri Eisenberg, Louise Laplante, Allyson Levy, and Lori Van Houten. In recent months, nature has provided priceless solace for many of us. Its power to relieve stress, energize, and aspire moments of awe has helped many get through this difficult time. The artists in this exhibit have distilled those simple joys in new series of painting, drawing, photography, and sculpture. ‘Natural…Find 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 »
Chinese Brush Painting (all levels) Rockland Center for the Arts 4 sessions: Wednesdays, 1:00-2:30pm June 17- July 8 Instructor: Jane Chang, Fee: $150 Originating in 8th century, Chinese Brush Painting is one of the most renowned approaches to painting. It unifies what were considered the highest forms of creativity in China: painting, poetry, and calligraphy. Known as the “Three Perfections,” the painting style combines these disciplines to depict nature as a stylized extension of the emotional world of the artist.…Find out more »
Happy 3 Months to Reading with Zoë & Friends! ❤️ It has been incredibly rewarding and exciting to watch these young readers blossom, grow and shine in their reading. We’ve had a total of 14 readers (including 7 regular readers) since March 17th, 2020. The group of readers have collectively read a total of 78 books. Our regular readers have contributed so much in such little time. We’ve enjoyed seeing all of the readers’ different personalities. Our open mic readers…Find out more »
Landscape Painting (intermediate - advanced: oil paint & watercolor) Rockland Center for the Arts 4 sessions Thu. June 18-July 9 10:00am-12:00pm Instructor: John Creagh Fee: $150 Learn the art of painting landscapes. The entire painting process is covered, from the application of the medium, to achieving clean color, good value relationships, and balanced compositions. Special attention is placed on learning to see masses as opposed to lines and form rather than detail. The focus is on how to accurately simplify…Find out more »
Watercolor Painting (intermediate) Rockland Center for the Arts 4 sessions Thu. June 18-July 9 1:00pm-3:00pm Instructor: Jayne Conte Fee: $150 A virtual class for individuals with basic experience, looking to get back into watercolor painting. Each session, the instructor will break down the basic techniques of watercolors in a relaxed environment with plenty of hands-on instruction. Watercolor artist, Jayne Conte, combines years of experience and a passion for art in her class. She helps intermediate painters create true works of…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 »