Callicoon-Based Actor to Star and Co-Produce the Mini Series "I Know This Much is True"
Between April 1 and September 30, HBO will film a new six-episode mini series in the Hudson Valley. Entitled "I Know This Much Is True," the TV series will star Mark Ruffalo in the dual role of twin brothers. An open casting call will be held from 11am-4pm, Saturday, February 23, at the Mid-Hudson Civic Center,
The Aztec Two-Step singer will present "All About Elvis!," an evening of film and music, at Colony on February 17.
This year, the four-day music festival moves to the Bethel Woods Center for the Arts.
The film director's fourth experimental record with Jozef Van Wissem will be released on February 8.
The SNL comedians will do back-to-back sets at UPAC.
Tickets Go on Sale Friday Morning
LA-based indie folk outlet Lord Huron to play at Hutton Brickyards in Kingston July 18.
Dust Bowl Faeries Take Over the Catskill Soundstage for a Surreal Circus Video
On Saturday, February 2, Hudson-based band Dust Bowl Faeries will debut “Zebra,” a surreal new music video, which was filmed and produced at Lumberyard.
The February 2019 cover of Chronogram features "Boatyard Lift," a quintessential photorealistic painting by Joseph Richards, whose work will be on display at the Carrie Haddad Gallery through February 24.
Vassar Philosophy Professor Barry Lam Answers Questions about His Podcast
Vassar philosophy professor Barry Lam answers questions about why he started his podcast.
Acclaimed photographer and SUNY New Paltz Professor Nadia Sablin is awarded a Guggenheim Fellowship to return to rural Russia and continue documenting her father's family village.
British landscape art contemporaries Turner and Constable had a lifelong rivalry. A new exhibit at the Clark Art Institute brings the two greats together.
A list of live music venues in the Hudson Valley.
A curated list of the art exhibits on display in the Hudson Valley in February.
This month will mark the 400th anniversary of the first African arrival on British North American shores. Come out, learn, participate, and partake.
Here are 8 Hudson Valley happenings to get you out of the house this February.
This month, as part of Bard College's Sound the Trumpet series, jazz/hip hop musician Keyon Harrold will lead "Jazz and the Birth of Hip-Hop."
American folk artist Inez Nathaniel Walker came to art behind bars, when she started drawing during a four-year sentence for manslaughter. An acclaimed outsider artist, Walker now has her first solo show at the Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College.
Born into a musical family, local legend Slam Allen is a link to the deep history of the blues.
Artist, performer, and writer Maurice “Pops” Peterson speaks about his Reinventing Rockwell painting series at Spencertown Arts Academy on February 3.
Seven short book reviews of new releases by Hudson Valley authors, ranging from a historical showdown between Gilded Age titans of history to a fitness guide to a handbook for spiritual revolution.
4 Hudson Valley Albums to Listen to While the Snow Falls
Four reviewed albums from Hudson Valley artists.
A selection of poems submitted by Chronogram readers and edited by Phillip X. Levine.
Then Came You Debuts on February 1
Hudson Valley director Peter Hutchings dishes on the new film Then Came You, which was shot almost entirely in Kingston and features actors Maisie Williams (Game of Thrones), Asa Butterfield (Sex Education), and Nina Dobrev (Degrassi).
The singer-songwriter will headline at BSP on February 8.
The rapper unveiled Better in January.
The epic, mythology-themed multidisciplinary festival will be staged live on February 2.
The singer-songwriter will appear at records store Rocket Number Nine.
Two competing festivals are planned for the 50th anniversary of the historic 1969 music event.
We checked in with our coworkers here at Luminary Media to see what everybody's watching this winter. Here is a roundup of the top 12 shows our officemates are binging on Netflix.
Funds from the sale of apparel featuring a 1989 concert flier designed by Chronogram arts editor Peter Aaron will go to Women Helping Women, which assists victims of domestic violence.
The legendary pianist and arranger will appear in program of jazz classics.
23Arts in the Snow begins on Friday with a performance of the music of Richard Strauss.
The late pianist will be celebrated with an evening of film and music.
"Acoustic Stardust" will honor the rock legend at Colony this month.
Luc Sante examines the early work of Stanley Kubrick’s photography work.
Jeffrey Greene is the organizer for Connecticut’s Prison Arts Program, which is part of Community Partners in Action (CPA). This non-profit organization focuses on behavioral change of both current and past prison inmates.
A Photo Book & Practical Explorer's Guide
Photographer and National Geographic contributor Nick Zungoli's new book Bear Mountain and Harriman Parks is not just a photographic flight of fancy, it's also a guide to exploring the region's parks and preserves.
Peter Aaron reviews Jamie Saft Quartet's album, Blue Dream.
Jeremy Schwartz reviews Blood & Stomach Pills' album, What Rough Beast.
Michael Eck reviews Ryan Martin's album, Gimme Some Light.