Saturday, July 21: Kane’s son gives an illustrated talk about the great 20th-century photographer and former Margaretville resident who shot the famous photograph “Harlem, 1958,” as well as other iconic photographs of the Rolling Stones, the Who, Janis Joplin, the Doors, Aretha Franklin and Bob Dylan.
The Society for the Preservation of Hudson Valley Vernacular Architecture welcomes new members.
To anyone who loves sociopolitical satire, dystopian science fiction and transgressive humor, check out the invigorating directorial debut of Boots Riley, heretofore best-known as the lead rapper of the politically active Oakland band the Coup.
Wednesday, July 25: The new Americana supergroup to perform their spare, guitar-driven folk with electrobeats and lush harmonies in Woodstock.
They’re working on a very specific Louise Nevelson chalky matte-black paint.
Despite having “flown the nest,” a few breeds of birds, like nuthatches, continue to feed their young post-flight. I find that so tender.
July 21-22: The brickyards along the Hudson will once again host a festival featuring live music, food, beverages, crafts and games.
The festival celebrates its 40th anniversary this year, July 21-22.
The Bardavon presents Brian Wilson – with special guests and old friends Al Jardine and Blondie Chapin – giving final performances of Pet Sounds at the Ulster Performing Arts Center (UPAC) on Sunday, July 22 at 7 p.m.
Saturday, July 14: The Lumberyard hosts a “night under the stars” featuring light bites, local brews and Truck: a movement performance inside a 17-foot U-Haul by Bridgman|Packer Dance.