I got digitally impulsive last week. I read several stories about Cambridge Analytica and their use of people’s information, then completely jettisoned my relationship with Facebook.
In digital photography, images receive extensive post-production. The possibilities are endless, though the farther one goes in that direction, the more one becomes a manipulator of images rather than a creator. Limiting one’s self to older methods means focusing on the fundamentals of lighting and composition.
John Cuneo, the renowned illustrator and cartoonist known for his New Yorker and Esquire work who’s created the Woodstock Film Festival’s 2018 poster, has a distinctive line.
The shop, which has operated for 33 years, will move to a small space nextdoor.
Oscar Buitrago, of the New York City law firm world and Woodstock, has found great excitement, as well as something apropos to his local ties, in his curating work for the new exhibit opening at the Kleinert/James Arts Center this Saturday, April 7, entitled “In the AiR: Byrdcliffe Artists in Residence 2017.”
The bank will open at the former Bank of America location.
Woodstock Bookfest founder and executive director Martha Frankel was ecstatic Monday morning, following completion of the annual event’s ninth outing. Attendance had been the best ever. Local restaurants and shops were chockablock with happy customers all weekend. Books were selling like generators and bottled water before a major storm front.
The restaurant has been an Ulster County fixture for 25 years. It will close April 7.
Completely new this year at the Woodstock Bookfest will be its first gathering of writers who specialize on the subject of autism, at 4 p.m. Saturday, March 24 at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts, 36 Tinker Street, Woodstock.
From the look of the Woodstock Arts Association & Museum’s new exhibits opening this weekend, with receptions set for March 24, abstraction’s back in town…if it ever really left.