Sunday, May 28: Sometime in May Bob Dylan will turn 76, and while he might not know about it, he will be helping one of the area’s finest service organizations, Family of Woodstock, to raise funds for its Crisis Hotline and its John Herald Fund, which helps musicians and artists in need.
Sunday, May 21: See work by local artists on equine canvases before they hit the streets.
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The artist’s letters are scattered on tables and chairs, and visitors are encouraged to pick them up and read them.
Saturday, May 20: “First Loves and Fresh Ink” follows the sold-out “Classics on Hudson” season opener in newly restored 1855 opera house.
Saturday, May 20: Catch them by Heather Hart’s Oracle of Lacuna installation.
The New York State Museum acquired Anderson’s “significant collection of artwork of the historic Woodstock Art Colony,” which includes 1500 paintings, works on paper, sculptures, and archival material and by more than 170 artists from the first half of the 20th century. The release dubbed it “the largest comprehensive art collection of its type.”
Friday, May 12: In a perfect pairing for fans of garage attitude, New York City’s badass punk/soul band the Mighty Fine teams up with the Young Skulls for a show at BSP in Kingston.
Friday, May 12: Two longtime regional favorites will perform simultaneously at the Falcon in Marlboro. Good thing there are two venues.