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Kelli Adams’s porcelain and glaze sculpture, part of the exhibition “Return to Rattlesnake Mountain” at the Wassaic Project, goes tumbling down in Maxon Mills.

Kelli Adams’s porcelain and glaze sculpture, part of the exhibition “Return to Rattlesnake Mountain” at the Wassaic Project, goes tumbling down in Maxon Mills.

click to enlarge Dancers from the Earl Mosely Institute of the Arts dancing on the Maxon Mills porch, on August 4, part of the Wassaic Project summer arts festival.
  • Dancers from the Earl Mosely Institute of the Arts dancing on the Maxon Mills porch, on August 4, part of the Wassaic Project summer arts festival.

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click to enlarge Raising money for future farmers at Hootenanny!, held at the Copake County Club on July 27. Photo by Metro Impact.
  • Raising money for future farmers at Hootenanny!, held at the Copake County Club on July 27. Photo by Metro Impact.

click to enlarge DJ Jonathan Toubin and Chronogram music editor Peter Aaron at the Soul Clap and Dance-Off Party at BSP in Kingston on August 18. Photo by Andrew MacGregor.
  • DJ Jonathan Toubin and Chronogram music editor Peter Aaron at the Soul Clap and Dance-Off Party at BSP in Kingston on August 18. Photo by Andrew MacGregor.

click to enlarge Dancers from the Japanese Folk Institute of New York with Youko Yamamoto of Gomen Kudasai (bottom right), at the Bon-Odori Dance Festival in New Paltz on August 5. Photo provided.
  • Dancers from the Japanese Folk Institute of New York with Youko Yamamoto of Gomen Kudasai (bottom right), at the Bon-Odori Dance Festival in New Paltz on August 5. Photo provided.

click to enlarge Maria Todaro and Michelle Jennings opened the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice on August 2 with their “Divas Unleashed” performance. Photo by Bernard Handzel.
  • Maria Todaro and Michelle Jennings opened the Phoenicia International Festival of the Voice on August 2 with their “Divas Unleashed” performance. Photo by Bernard Handzel.

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