COTA Corridors art exhibition on display in New Paltz

These emerging artists have installed mixed-media works on the outside of Snug Harbor as part of COTA Corridors. Left to right are: Kat Patterson, Keri Sheheen, Shanna Taub, Carmen Doyon, Dylan McManus and Jon Irving. (photo by Lauren Thomas)

COTA (Celebration of the Arts) Corridors is a month-long, town-wide art exhibition that will be on display in New Paltz through Columbus Day weekend. Curators Eileen Hedley and April Warren have designated artists to install artwork in various locations throughout downtown New Paltz to showcase COTA, the artists and participating businesses. A published map of these participating businesses and artists will lead the viewer from store to store.

COTA is a fine and performing art festival that will be held at Hasbrouck Park on Oct. 6, presenting a mix of contemporary and traditional artwork created by artists at varying levels of their careers. It is a day full of live music, dance and performance.

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Artists participating in COTA Corridors and their exhibition locations are: Ryan Murray at Dedrick’s Pharmacy and Gifts, April Warren at Rhinebeck Artist’s Shop, John Bridges at Convenient Deli, Mary Boscher at Main Course, Eija Lindsay at Verde and Cocoon, Cindy Hoose at The Tree House, Clark Peaslee at Handmade and More, Molly Rausch at Lagusta’s Luscious, Judy Reichler at Manny’s Art Supplies, Kate Hamilton at Rambling Rose, Margaret Yost at Krause’s Chocolates, Rick Holland at Rhino Records, Shirley Warren at Inquiring Minds, Kaitlyn Van Pelt at Team Love Ravenhouse, gilf! at Main Street Bistro, Michael Rose at Jack’s Rhythm’s, Ryan Cronin at Sweet, Amy Mattola at Rock and Snow, Kat Cappillino at In Good Taste Wines and Spirits, Dylan McManus and Print United at Snug Harbor, and Eileen Hedley at Water Street Market.

For more information please visit www.celebrationofthearts.net.

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  1. Noelle McEntee

    Wonderfully done to everyone involved in COTA Corridors. Only a strong, creative, and connected community would be able pull something together like that.

    If you are looking for the Google Map to the COTA Corridors locations here it is: http://goo.gl/maps/UtbTf

    Also, be sure to check out the Facebook and Twitter Pages as well. If posting photos or comments about COTA use the hashtag #COTA2012. Check out the Corridors and be sure to come to COTA on October 6th.
    www.facebook.com/cotahv
    www.twitter.com/cotarts

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