Tech World celebrates its’ first anniversary by presenting the installation of “Tech Art” on Saturday March 4, 2017, noon to 6pm at 113 Liberty St., City of Newburgh. Showcasing a nod to the Japanese art of Kintsugi, or “golden joinery” this live art performance will represent the first manifestation of the 12 Shouts to the Ten Forgotten Heavens project to take place away from the Whitney Museum proper. Here in Newburgh, NY, a city visibly damaged and teetering on the edge of…Continue
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Call for ARTwork! CherryBomb PopUP Shop on Main Street in Beacon wants to help you start the new year with a studio free from clutter! You made it, you love it, you hate it, you want to let it go, whatever, we can help with our January ARTIST's FIRE SALE. Sell your work at discount prices and you will be unburdened from the heaviness of old work that is cluttering your spirit and your studio. Start the new year with a studio cleansing and maybe some cash in your project…Continue
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There are still a few spots left in Beacon Art Adventures summer art program for kids 6 and up! This summer we're doing clay, fiber arts, pet portraits (fund raiser) and more. There's also a class for older kids 9-14! This is a part time summer program (mornings) and you sign up by the week. It's ideal if you're looking for a fun, creative experience for your child but not an all day camp. To find out more details check out…Continue
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Now in its 7th year, Beacon Art Adventures offers after school and summer art classes to art loving kids ages 6 through 14. The goal of the program is to provide a creative, fun, and stimulating arts experience for children in a relaxed and nurturing setting. Registration for winter and early spring after school classes is now open. Classes begin the week of Jan. 20.
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PITTSBURGH — For years, Barbara Johnstone, a professor of linguistics at Carnegie Mellon University here, bought shares in a C.S.A. — a community-supported agriculture program — and picked up her occasional bags of tubers or tomatoes or whatever the member farms were harvesting.
Her farm shares…
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Samuel Dorsky Museum at SUNY New Paltz
OPENING Saturday June 22, 5-7pm
Show runs thru November 10, 2013
curated by Daniel Belasco
The screen is the transcendent medium of our time, infiltrating our daily lives and mediating our interactions with the world. Emerging and mid-career artists working in painting, drawing, performance, ceramics, fiber, and video, cluster in two…Continue
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We'll be screening "Light, Dirt & Longing", a video documentary from our panel discussion led by Rev Ben Larson-Wolbrink Rabbi Brent Spodek featuring 2 of the shows participating artists, Ori Alon and Carol Sneyd . We'll be open til 9 PM for Beacon's Second Saturday, May 11!
Come and see what the Book of Genesis has to say about the creative process!…
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This is our third year putting together Love/Hate, an interactive art show at Blackbird Attic. Think Post Secret, but on a local level. Everyone gets a…
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bigdrawsubmissionform.pdf CALL FOR ART The Big Draw is now accepting submission. NO FEE TO ENTER. Open to residents of the US 18…Continue
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Come and see local art and craft talent! Come and holiday shop! Come and visit with your favorite vendors, and meet the new ones added to the list for this Sunday!
If the weather hold, this Flea is going to be HUGE!
8 - 3, Henry Street Parking Lot, behind Main Street Post Office.
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Rain has been in the forecast all week for this Sunday, and today percentages rose again to 70%.
Hope next Sunday the 14th is beautiful, and hope to see you all then!
Thank you for your continued support!
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Beacon Flea Market is introducing 'craft alley' for the month of October - crafters, makers, artisans - you are welcome to come and sell, promote, and market your wares to a crowd of holiday shoppers keen on purchasing something homespun, unique, and irresistible! Spaces start at $10.
Shoppers - three rows of Flea and one 'craft alley' to make Beacon Flea Market your one stop shop for supplies, inspiration, treasures and gifts.
Beacon Flea Market is open October 7th,…
Added by Emma Dewing on September 27, 2012 at 7:29pm — No Comments
Call for art
Calling all artists who use, deconstruct, transform or re-form books as art. Looking for artists whose art practice is inspired or informed by previously printed books in a visual way. Works must be 2D and must hang on a wall. There is no size limit. Preference given to artists residing in the Hudson Valley of NY but any US artist may submit. Must be 18 years old.
NOT looking for hand made or artist-made books of original art (unless those…Continue
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CALL FOR ART
The Big Draw
The Big Draw is an open submission art show culminating in a gala party with a live drawing rally on the night of January 28th. The night of The Big Draw will have live art, food, music and an open bar. Tickets will be available at the door.
CALL FOR ART:
• 6x8 inch works on paper
• ANY medium…
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This blog entry features my farm and art center in Estonia, my book and the importance of cooperation with the local community…Continue
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Local artist HARVEY WEISS' newly published work, "head trip" on blurb.com ( also linked below) documents the views and passengers from his train seat during his frequent commutes on the "Hudson Line" railroad between New York City and his home…Continue