Sunday, May 28: The North Adams museum will mark the opening of Building 6 with an all-day celebration, featuring a Nick Cave Soundsuit parade and a concert by Cake.
Sunday, May 28: The Falcon’s first-ever all-day festival, with food vendors, a New York Craft Beer Garden, street performers and live music on three stages.
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Billed as “not a flea market, but a well-respected event for beginning to advanced collectors.”
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Featuring more than 300 artisans from across America purveying a broad range of handcrafted goods.
Friday-Sunday, May 26-28: Period military vehicles and collections of military uniforms, weapons and insignia from 1917 to the present day will be on display.
Artist Kate McGloughlin’s show, “Requiem for Ashokan — The Story told in Landscape,” will be on view June 3-24 at WAAM, and will include mixed media paintings, solarplate etchings, maps with audio files, and an artist book depicting the loss of home, community, and landscape that took place during the construction of the Ashokan Reservoir.
Tuesday-Friday, May 30-June 2: Amateur painters can bring along their own materials and join 20 professional artists, or you can just show up for a stroll around the grounds and a peek at the works-in-progress.
Sunday, May 28: “Actually, I’m kind of looking for failure … for “discovery…chance occurrences to create a new way to see a familiar object.”
Friday, May 26: On As Eli, the queer and trans Latinx songwriter (and accomplished academician) Elías Krell does in fact reflect in a variety of clever and direct, candid and literate ways on hot-button themes of identity and the experience of transformation. But it may take a listener a few spins to key in on such currents and undercurrents, so immediately striking is Krell’s songcraft.
Friday, May 26: “Amp It Up” takes over the Falcon in Marlboro with a very New Paltz-centric musical lineup. Old 97’s frontman, solo recording artist and longtime area resident Rhett Miller will be joined by New Paltz roots/rock institution the Trapps (fronted by the songwriter and Fighting Spirit Karate Studio founder Sean Schenker) and the eccentric progressive pop band the Sweet Clementines, fronted by guitarist and Almanac Weekly music critic John Burdick.