Opening on Friday, August 6, the 31st Bard Music Festival explores “Nadia Boulanger and Her World.”
Celebrating its 19th year, the 2021 Saugerties Artists’ Tour hosts 31 artists skilled in at least 14 creative disciplines who will open their studios; five virtual artists will also participate with personal, in-depth videos on the tour’s website. The opening exhibition was held at the Dutch Barn at the Kiersted House on July 23. The barn was crowded and hung with the works of the participating artists. The works included paintings in various media, sculpture, photography, pottery and mixtures of the various art forms.
All entertainment is FREE with admission to the Ulster County Fair. The Ulster County Fair Ticket Office will open August 3rd for purchase at the gate. Admission to the Fair includes Headline Entertainment.
Recorded in Woodstock 51 years ago, at the site of the original Woodstock Playhouse, Stage Fright was The Band’s third studio album, featuring two of its best-known songs, “The Shape I’m In” and the eponymous “Stage Fright,” both of which became staples at the Canadian American group’s live shows.
Maverick reopens for 2021 with light schedule, heavyweight musicians.
The Woodstock Byrdcliffe Guild will present “Sacred Structures,” a two-person exhibition of works by Tony Moore and Kenro Izu, on view at the Kleinert/James Center for the Arts from August 21 through October 3.
The upcoming Jazzstock at the Senate Garage will feature the Matt Munisteri Duo on Saturday, July 24 at 8 p.m. Originally scheduled to perform back in April 2020, the duo consists of singer and songwriter Matt Munisteri and bassist Danton Boller.
To Richard Segalman painting was like breathing. Across his remarkable six- decade career, his artwork was placed in over 40 permanent collections in museums, including the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, the Hirshhorn Museum in Washington, DC, and the Museum of Fine Arts in Boston.
The third annual Todd Samara Art Fund Award is now accepting proposals from artists in all genres of art practice,
Hundreds of ukulele lovers will join hosts Robert Burke Warren and Calder Mansfield on Friday, July 9 between 4 and 8 p.m. in Phoenicia’s Parish Field for KillianFest, a concert to benefit Catskill Ukulele Group, which builds ukulele collections for checkout at Hudson Valley libraries. The benefit is sponsored by Hudson Valley Foundation for Youth Health, a Kingston-based charity that empowers children and teens through a broad range of programs.