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Fall Arts Preview 2022

Fall Arts Preview 2022

Oct 1, 2022

We’re going to call this fall’s cultural season No Caveats. After two-and-a-half years of artists and organizers working tirelessly to find safe and innovative ways to keep the cultural traditions of the region alive, we seem to be (mostly) done with the pandemic. This has allowed arts programmers and curators to do what they do best, rather than craft public health protocols. This has led to the most robust autumn season in memory, with a profusion of indoor and outdoor happenings across the region. We are happy to celebrate the return of some of our favorite seasonal events like O+ Festival in Kingston (headlined this year by hometown indie rockers Mercury Rev), the Woodstock Invitational Luthier’s Showcase, and the Sheep and Wool Festival at the Dutchess County Fairgrounds. This year also marks some premier events, like a screening of Deep Listening, a feature-length documentary about the experimental music icon Pauline Oliveros at EMPAC and the staging of “The Lifespan of a Fact” at Shadowland Stages. Who knows what may happen vis-a-vis COVID and indoor events this winter, so gather ye cultural rosebuds while ye may.

  • Fall 2022 Events

    Fall 2022 Events

    Oct 1, 2022
    General Arts & Culture
  • Fall 2022 Exhibitions

    Fall 2022 Exhibitions

    Oct 1, 2022
    Visual Art
  • Fall Arts Preview Directory

    Art Gallery 71
    Art Gallery 71 is a fine art gallery nestled in the heart of the idyllic village of Rhinebeck NY. In the tradition of the Salon de Paris, art is displayed ‘salon style’ utilizing much of the floor to ceiling space in the manner still employed by the Barnes Foundation today. As a result, there are always many works on display at any given time and visitors are encouraged to linger.
    Art Omi
    Art Omi is a not-for-profit arts center with a 120-acre sculpture and architecture park and gallery, residency programs for international artists, writers, translators, musicians, architects and dancers.
    Carrie Haddad Gallery
    Established in 1991, Carrie Haddad Gallery represents mid-career and emerging artists of the Hudson Valley and beyond working in all types of painting, both large and small sculpture, works on paper and a variety of techniques in photography.
    Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
    The Dorsky Museum is a hub for the art and artists of the Hudson Valley and beyond—free, open, and accessible to all. We strie to create art experiences that spark curiosity, critical thinking, and delight, connecting and serving the diverse communities of our region.
    Mahawie Performing Arts Center
    The Mahaiwe Performing Arts Center presents live performances, film, and cultural events year-round, bringing a variety of content to the stage and screen of our historic Berkshire theater, through programs of the highest quality in dance, music, drama, comedy, ​and educational and family programs. We bring together diverse audiences and artists, highlight national and regional talent, and contribute to the quality of life of our community through the performing arts.
    Roost Studio and Art Gallery
    Roost Studios, Inc. is a 501(c)(3) not-for-profit organization dedicated to artistic expression, community connection, and creative educational partnerships.
    Hotchkiss School
    Founded in 1891, the Hotchkiss School is one of the top private high schools in New England. We are passionate about teaching the best and the brightest to unlock their highest potential. Our student-centered learning community, where 96% of students live across 13 residence halls, offers outstanding academic preparation and life-changing opportunities while providing students with tools they need to become leaders and change-makers.
    West Strand Art Gallery
    The West Strand Art Gallery is a contemporary commercial art gallery located on the waterfront in Kingston’s Rondout neighborhood. The gallery exhibits the work of mid-career, emerging, and established artists of diverse backgrounds primarily from the Hudson Valley and Tristate region including New York City, Philadelphia, New Jersey, and Connecticut.
    Garrison Art Center
    Garrison Art Center's two Galleries feature Holly Sumner - "Saints and Samarai", panel paintings and Deb Lecce - "Guardians of the Land", paintings May 22 - June 20, 2021. Garrison Art Center’s summer arts programs have been touted by parents as the best in the Hudson Valley. Summer Arts on the Hudson (June 28-July 23) for K through 8th graders, and Summer Art Institute, an intensive two-week program for high school students (July 26-Aug 6, plus an exhibition Aug 7 & 8). For more information email [email protected] Riverside Crafts Fair is back in 2021, August 21 & 22. visit www.garrisonartcenter.org
    Voice Theatre
    Through plays and workshops, Voice Theatre brings people together to experience the full diversity of being human. We transform and enrich lives by creating theatre and giving workshops. We produce in Kingston, NY and when possible in New York City, whilst providing educational programming both upstate and downstate. Voice Theatre is a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization.
    1053 Main Street Gallery
    Opened in 2021, 1053 Main Street Gallery is a fully renovated gallery space created with the primary mission of supporting the vibrant artistic community in the Catskills and surrounding areas. The gallery was developed to support artists in every phase of their careers, welcoming all disciplines of creative work. In addition to the gallery exhibitions, the space, housed in a historic building on Main Street in the village of Fleischmanns, can transform itself to lend to live musical performances and special events.
    Wired Gallery
    Wired Gallery was founded in May 2012 in High Falls, New York by Sevan Melikyan. Since its inception, the focus of the gallery has been to exhibit and champion artists from the Mid-Hudson Valley, with a particular attention to those based in Ulster County. The gallery achieves its mission by mounting exhibitions not only in its High Falls location but also at off-site locations, fairs, festivals, resorts, and pop-up spaces.
    Geary Contemporary
    Geary was founded in the Lower East Side in 2013 by Jack Geary and Dolly Bross Geary. The gallery represents emerging and mid-career artists working in a variety of media. Geary presents solo, two-person, and group exhibitions, and seeks to raise artist profiles and exposure through placement in museum collections and exhibitions, and through presentations at art fairs.
    Historic Huguenot Street
    At our 10-acre National Historic Landmark District, visitors experience over 300 years of history across seven historic stone-house museums, a reconstructed 1717 French Church, the Huguenot community’s original burying ground, and a replica Esopus Munsee wigwam. Period rooms and exhibits tell the stories of a French Huguenot settlement as it evolved over time, and also reveal the history of the area’s Native and enslaved African peoples and Dutch settlers.
    Holland Tunnel Gallery
    In 2018, Paulien Lethen opened Holland Tunnel Art Newburgh / Gallery & Studios in a refurbished 1860 warehouse on Chambers Street between Broadway and First Street. The industrial gallery space, with its high ceiling and grand piano for concerts, is the fourth location for Holland Tunnel Gallery. It seemed logical that when Lethen moved to live in Newburgh and met the lively art community, the Holland Tunnel Gallery would follow. With Holland Tunnel Art Newburgh she creates a new place for exhibitions, performances, concerts and movie screenings. The other spaces in the building are artist studios. In Newburgh, Paulien Lethen feels the same exciting artistic energy of Williamsburg in the ‘90’s – then known as The New Bohemia. She is happy to offer a new cultural venue and art center in the Historic District of Newburgh where art and people can get together.
    Lockwood Gallery
    The Lockwood Gallery is recognized for mounting concept-driven group shows featuring the work of highly creative artists who make art distinguished by originality and personal vision; work which is realized skillfully and motivated by the belief in the power of art to convey truth and beauty. Founder Michael Lockwood and curator Alan Goolman share a passion for art that matches that of the artists whose work they show.​
    Woodstock Artists Association and Museum (WAAM)
    The WAAM is a not-for-profit membership organization. Founded in 1919, it is one of the oldest continuing arts organizations of its kind, with contemporary galleries, a historic collection and archives, and dynamic educational programming.
    Film Columbia
    FilmColumbia 2022, October 21 – October 30, is Columbia County’s premier annual cultural event. Once the Crandell Theatre’s “little local festival that could,” FilmColumbia is now an acclaimed, nationally recognized film event.
    Vassar College - The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
    With Egyptian artifacts, Hudson River landscapes, and works by Picasso, O’Keeffe, and more, great art is closer than you think! Free admission.
    Jane St. Art Center
    Jane St. Art Center is a fully renovated artist-owned 19th Century brick warehouse dedicated to mid-career artists new work and works in progress, artist residencies, performances, exhibitions, community projects and classes.
    Unison Arts & Learning Center
    Unison Arts offers opportunities to grow our creative community through innovative environmental, racial, and social justice centered art practices, as well as exceptional exhibits and performances.
    Shakespeare & Company
    One of the most extensive arts-in-education programs in the northeast, Shakespeare & Company reaches more than 40,000 students and teachers each year with innovative, socially responsive, and educationally challenging performances, workshops and residencies. The Program has been nationally recognized as an innovative leader in the field of integrating theatre arts into education, and teaching Shakespeare.
    Beacon Bonfire
    Beacon Bonfire is an immersive Main Street music + arts exploration that sparks conversation, curiosity and collaboration. Be Curious, Be Creative, Be in Beacon, NY on November 4 + 5 for the first Beacon Bonfire Music + Art Festival. Beacon Bonfire Night is a nod to the revolutionary fire that burned on the top of our mountain and gave the city its name, a beacon that celebrates the need we have as humans to come together, to tell our stories, and to be inspired.
    Pelham Art Center
    The Pelham Art Center is a non-profit educational and cultural institution committed to providing access to study, experience and appreciate the arts. With community at our core, we welcome participants of diverse backgrounds to foster connections and encourage the open exchange of ideas.
    Matthew O'Neil
    Matthew O’Neill is a musical artist and performer based in the Catskill mountains. O’Neill’s songwriting acknowledges the interconnectedness of all things and often features poetic allegory centering on non-anthropocentric articulations of gratitude, joy, suffering, celebration, and loss.
    Athens Fine Art Services
    Athens Fine Art Services LLC is a licensed and bonded freight shipping and trucking company providing fine art services in the Hudson Valley, New York and surrounding region.

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