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"Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York” at Ann Street Gallery

"Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York” at Ann Street Gallery

The New Exhibit Gives Voice to Thousands of Girls Incarcerated Throughout the 20th Century
"Incorrigibles,” at Ann Street Gallery, gives voice to those sent to the New York Training School for Girls in Hudson.

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Ben Eichert's Therapeutic Self-Portraits

For artist Ben Eichert his digitally manipulated photographic self-portraits are a cathartic release from depression and anxiety and PTSD from childhood trauma.

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The Paintings of Ashley Williams

A Vocabulary for Communicating with Nature
In graphic novel style, the new work of painter Ashley Williams reflects the isolation of the pandemic as well as inspiration from nature and is on view July 2-31 at Headstone Gallery.

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Let's Get Weird: A New Artist-Run Shop in Ellenville

Eleanor Friedberger, Michael Berryhill, Milton Carter, and Hally Erickson Team Up to Make Objects for Home and Life
In June, singer-songwriter Eleanor Friedberger and visual artists Michael Berryhill, Milton Carter, and Hally Erickson opened Weird, where they sell art and objects they've made from sculpures and paintings to lighting, furniture, pillows, and knitwear.

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“Geometry” at Art Sales & Research Gallery

The exhibit highlights the work of the late artist Harold Granucci.

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Three New Exhibitions Open at The Hessel Museum This Month

“Dara Birnbaum: Reaction,” “Black Melancholia,” and “Martine Syms: Grio College” Open on June 25
“Dara Birnbaum: Reaction,” “Black Melancholia,” and "Martine Syms: Grio College” open at the Hessel Museum of Art at the Center for Curatorial Studies, Bard College on June 25.

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Angelo Filomeno at Visitor Center Gallery

Recently opened is “In Between Dreams at Dusk,” an exhibit of colorful embroidery works in Newburgh.

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Dan Taulapapa McMullin Art in Hudson

The display features images and art from the poet and artist’s book The Healer’s Wound: A Queer Theirstory of Polynesia.

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Lee Musselman Art Exhibition in Hudson

A show of the late sculptor's works is on view at the historic Princess Beatrix House .

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Fact and Fiction Blur in the Paintings of Alina Grasmann

The Recent Resident Artist Exhibits at Fridman Gallery in Beacon
Painter Alina Grasmann wraps up a residency at Fridman Gallery in Beacon with an exhibition of paintings in her characteristic style that blends realism with imagination.

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Summer 2022 Art Exhibits

Wangechi Mutu at Storm King Art Center

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"Let the Stone Tell the Story: An Inside Look at Sculptor Harvey Fite's Studio Work" at Emerge Gallery and Lamb Center

A new exhibit, "Let the Stone Tell the Story," which explores sculptor Harvey Fite’s studio work will run June 3—July 10 at Emerge Gallery and the Lamb Center in Saugerties.

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Mass MoCA's 2022 Summer Programming

This summer, Mass MoCA turns up the heat with a red-hot line up of concerts, complimented by a heady mix of art, performance, and more.

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Upstate Art Weekend Returns This Summer

The three-day, self-guided festival takes place July 22-24 and explores the diversity of visual arts around the region.
Upstate Art Weekend (UPAW) returns for its third year July 22-24 with over 100 special exhibitions and projects spanning eight Hudson Valley counties.

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Inaugural Hudson Valley Women Who Woodfire Tour

This New Event Showcases 12 Ceramics Artists in 3 Studios Over 2 Days
The first annual Hudson Valley Women Who Woodfire Tour from May 21 to May 22, 2022 will offer an opporunity to tour the studio spaces of three local women ceramicists and their visiting artists, purchase one-of-a-kind works, as well as offer an intimate on-site look at the inner workings of accomplished artists in the field of contemporary ceramics.

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Centering Indigenous Culture in Art: A Conversation with Jeffrey Gibson

Taliesin Thomas talks with the Hudson-based artist about his work, which explores a diverse cross-section of influences, including Native American indigenous craft traditions, cultural narratives, symbols of power, history, personal identity, and contemporary social issues relevant to BIPOC and queer communities.

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"In between dreams at dusk" @ VISITOR CENTER

"In between dreams at dusk"

June 18-July 30 — Opening June 18 (reception 4-7pm), a solo exhibition by Angelo Filomeno's solo...
Jazz at the Twin Star Orchard @ Twin Star Orchards

Jazz at the Twin Star Orchard

Fri., July 1, 4-7 p.m., Sat., July 23, 4-7 p.m., Fri., Aug. 12, 4-7 p.m., Sat., Aug. 27, 4-7 p.m., Fri., Sept. 23, 1 a.m.-4 p.m. and Mon., Oct. 10, 1-4 p.m. — Peter Einhorn Trio: American songbook, Sambas and Bossa Nova,Funk, New Orleans ...on...

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