Join photographer Eric Lind on Saturday, April 2 at 4pm at Beacon Institute's Gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon for a discussion of the inspiration and creative process behind his exhibit Revealed: Hidden Lives of the River. Please click…See More
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries is proud to showcase the photographs of Eric Lind in his exhibit Revealed: Hidden Lives of the River; at the Institute’s Gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon, New York. The exhibit opens with a free public reception for the artist on Saturday, March 12 from 5-7 p.m. Then, on…See More
The Gallery at 199 Main Street in Beacon presents photographer and mixed medium artist Russell Cusick with his exhibit "Hudson River Reflections," photo acrylic panoramas reflecting Bear Mountain Bridge to Kingston-Rhinecliff Bridge. Join us for the opening of Mr. Cusick's show, which will run from October 9th through March of 2011. A portion of the proceeds raised will go towards BIRE's ongoing Hudson River research and monitoring.
Raquel Rabinovich, a visual artist born in Buenos Aires, will join the Walk & Talk Series at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education (CEIE), discussing two ongoing series Emergences and River Library. Emergences are site-specific stone sculpture installations constructed on the shores of the Hudson River that become concealed and revealed with the rising and falling of the river tides. River Library is a series of drawings made with sediment from various rivers from around the…See More
Vikasa Studio joins Beacon Institute on Sunday mornings for a six-week series of something new. Yamuna, or "body rolling" using a tiny inflatable ball to free restrictions and promote healing is an innovative approach to wellness with palpable results. We suggest that you arrive at 9:45 for the walk into the CEIE building from the parking lot at the base of Dennings Avenue (near the Water Treatment Plant). $90/series of 6 $17/class for walk-ins To register for the series, please email to:…See More
Session # 2 of "Horticultural Therapy" at the Center for Environmental Innovation and Education at Denning's Point in Beacon. Volunteers continue to wake the gardens from a long winter's sleep. Bring your favorite rake and work gloves. Session # 3 of "Horticultural Therapy" is scheduled for Tuesday, May 4th, 4-7pm. For more information and to let us know you'll be joining us, please email Kari DiLoreto at email@example.com
Third in a series of three Beacon Institute Earth Day celebrations marking the 40th Anniversary of Earth Day, delve into the inner world of the artists featured in the exhibit Water, water every where. Learn more about their inspiration and creative process.
Pete Seeger, in all his splendor, will present his singalong memoir “Where Have all the Flowers Gone” at Beacon Institute's Center for Environmental Innovation and Education at Denning's Point in Beacon, NY, on Sunday, April 18th, at 4pm. This event is part of Beacon Institute's Sunday Author Series, and due to anticipated audience size, it will take place at the CEIE building. This musical autobiography "Where Have all the Flowers Gone: A Singalong Memoir" is the newly revised and expanded…See More
John Cronin, Time Magazine’s “Hero for the planet”, invites you to join him Tuesday, April 6th from 6 -7:30 pm at Beacon Institute’s Center for Environmental Innovation and Education at Denning’s Point, to talk turkey about Beacon Institute’s volunteer program over a slice of pizza. Andra Sramek, Supervisor of Grounds & Horticulture for Culinary Institute of America who leads our volunteer corp of garden enthusiasts, will preside as well. Please join us and volunteer to help care for CEIE…See More