Topics include: Hudson River Skywalk grant; No Ulster County Fair; Bard postpones Boulanger fest; Oblong Books author event; Kingston Annual 2020 arts exhibition seeks entries.
Topics include: Plein air in Garrison; Curbside service starts at the Red Hook Public Library; Center for Photography spring affair; and a virtual book launch for writer Jim Metzner’s latest.
An interview with Mike Campbell, head of booking at Colony in Woodstock.
The Woodstock Artists Association & Museum (WAAM), which celebrated its centennial in 2019, recently came out of its pause… or at least a portion of it.
Grounds for inclusion in this round were, quite honestly, arbitrary. It is literally all good, and there is plenty more where this came from. Many of these songs can be found on all the streaming platforms and Bandcamp as well.
Evidently, when a pandemic forces Woodstock cultural treasure Maverick Concerts to cancel a season for the first time in its 105-year history, the creative energies behind the scenes do not cease.
The Woodstock School of Art (WSA) has been reinventing itself to accommodate life in the time of Covid 19. The institution is currently serving more than 90 students per week in three virtual classes conducted by faculty and other professional teaching artists, with more offerings promised in the near future.
For the next several weeks, the Phoenicia Festival of the Voice will be streaming its performances from previous seasons. Stream
The works by 28 Ulster County teenage artists is currently on display at the Wired Gallery in High Falls. The show is available for viewing through Zoom. To make an appointment, email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 682-564-5613.
After winding down his New Paltz business ahead of the gubernatorial order to close up shop due to the pandemic, Jack’s Rhythms owner John Lefsky has decided not to reopen once the all-clear is sounded.