The Hudson Valley Arts Venue Guide | Arts | Hudson Valley | Chronogram Magazine


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The gallery itself acts as a canvas for primarily single-artist, installation pieces designed specifically for the space.

Samual Dorsky Museum of Art

SUNY New Paltz’s on-site art museum is a leading institution of arts and culture in the Hudson Valley.

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center

The educational center, art museum, and major exhibition space is located on the Vassar College campus.


Bard’s Fisher Center

World-class performances in a variety of genres are right at home in the architetrual masterpiece designed by Frank Gehry.


The oldest continuously operating theater in New York State and the home of the Hudson Valley Philharmonic, both venues cater to a variety of audiences.

Kaatsbaan Dance Center

The international dance center provides residencies, workshops, classes, performances, and more in its year-round facilities.

Sugarloaf Performing Arts Center

Local, national, and global celebrities from a vast array of genres perform in a rural yet modern venue.


Towne Crier

Half bistro, half venue, the Beacon-based performance space often features internationally renowned artists.

Helsinki Hudson

The restored industrial complex hosts alt-rock performances with a side of Southern comfort food.

Daryl’s House

The half of Hall & Oates settled down and opened his own venue, bringing celebrities from around the world right to the Hudson Valley.

The Falcon

The cozy, old-school atmosphere provides the perfect setting for no-cover music and hearty American fare.


Center for Performing Arts Rhinebeck

A venue for community productions, theatrical workshops, a variety of classes for all ages, and special events.

Tangent Theater

Originally New York City-based, the film and theater company produces classic shows, revivals, and debuts new works.

Half Moon Theatre

The Hudson Valley’s premier year-round professional theater company, writer’s group, and school of the arts.

Shadowland Theater

Professional, contemporary productions come to life in the Art-Deco theater and vaudeville house.

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