The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild is pleased to present the Annual Artist-in-Residence: Byrdcliffe Reflections Exhibition on view April 29-June 11, 2023. with a reception for the artists on Saturday, April 29, 4-6 p.m.
The Hudson Valley has lured generations of African American artists from New York City, looking for the kind of space that inspired the Hudson River School of painters. Most notably among them are exhibited here today David Hammons, sculptors Martin Puryear and Colin Chase, Deborah Priestly and abstract painter Peter Bradley. TRANSART’s mission is to […]
Rooted in the shared history of Ulster County residents, this Pinkster is a contemporary expression of a historical celebration. Exploration that offers a day party featuring AfroHouse, hip-hop, and soul music, reenactments, live percussion, food giveaways, a curated vendors market, an informative discussion, film screenings, dance, art exhibition, and more!
The exhibition chronicles the history and culture of people of African descent in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York State, showcasing recent triumphs and enduring struggles. It also reveals the legacy of a people who were forcibly brought to this land and highlights the cultural artifacts they carried with them. The exhibition also features a […]
$25,000 HITS Grand Prix Friday. $100,000 Voltaire Grand Prix Sunday. Welcomes equestrians for nine weeks of events.
Screenings of some of our favorite alien classics, featuring everything from a glam rock star-man to indescribable creatures of cosmic horror. They might make you wonder if there is life out there…
A heart-stirring new drama by stage and screen star Dan Lauria (‘The Wonder Years’). A comedy writer and a sophisticated poet in their seventies meet daily on a park bench to exchange wits and barbs, and wax nostalgic about old movies, all the while trying to figure out how they know – and love – […]
Construction of the Ashokan Reservoir, part of New York City’s water system, flooded communities long established in the Esopus Valley. That action reverberates in our community today. The exhibition asks us to reflect on the effects of forced migration, on our own family stories and how they resonate in our lives today.
The 2023 exhibit, STILL STANDING, showcases 12 structures preserved by past and present members of the Friends of Historic Kingston. We invite you to come celebrate our predecessors' foresight in restoring these iconic structures and to reflect on your own essential role in protecting our city's architectural heritage.
Illuminating America’s first intentional art colony, this exhibition presents over 100 artists whose paintings, sculptures, and works on paper together form an artistic history of national and international significance.
Featuring over 100 miniature portraits of Black Americans, mostly from the 1930s and 1940s, this surprising exhibition is drawn from two prominent private collections.
The exhibit will include work by Ben Eichert, Micah Fornari, Debra Brown Hymes. Kristopher Johnson and Michael Torres. There will be a photo booth by Kristopher Johnson on June 2, 2023 and Saturday June 3, 2023. The exhibit will be part of the “First Saturday Art Walk” event in Kingston. The artwork will later be […]