After nearly four decades at 59 Tinker Street, the Center for Photography at Woodstock has announced that it is moving its operations to Kingston.
With the coming of autumn, among the treats traditionally in store are the openings of not one, but three new exhibitions at the Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art on the campus of SUNY New Paltz. This year, with bans on public gatherings (hopefully) behind us, art-lovers can see the new shows beginning on Saturday, September 11, with a joint opening reception scheduled for Sunday, September 12 from 12 to 4 p.m.
Artist Meredith Morabito of Saugerties has been photographing a wild chipmunk for a couple years — building sets and photographing the chipmunk in it.
The Woodstock-New Paltz Art & Crafts Fair is back at last, in its accustomed home. Many of the makers are just emerging from a long pandemic hiatus and eager to present their work, safely and in person. It’ll be fascinating to see what they’ve been up to, with all that time on their hands.
“Seasons: Catching Nature’s Cycle,” the current exhibition at the Historical Society of Woodstock located on the road off Tinker Street to the town-owned Comeau estate, will close this weekend.
With the spread of the COVID-19 Delta variant causing new cases to rise, these Woodstock establishments with live music have either implemented or beefed up requirements for entry.
Modern Times appears at 8 p.m. Friday, September 3 at Colony’s outdoor stage, 22 Rock City Road, Woodstock, NY and at 7 p.m. Saturday, September 4 at on The Falcon’s main stage, 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro, NY.
The Summer Hoot music festival returns to the Ashokan Center in Olivebridge Friday August 27-Sunday, August 29, after the COVID-19 pandemic forced last year’s event and this year’s Winter Hoot to appear online.
The Olive Free Library Association will present the exhibition “Skin Deep,” showcasing the works of 13 regional artists of color.
Elizabeth Clark’s “Earth Opera” will be held August 28-29 in the Widow Jane Mine in Rosendale.