Rhinebeck Arts Walk ( November 27th 12-7pm) invites the community to celebrate local galleries and artists Thanksgiving Weekend! Albert Shahinian
Almanac Weekly | Art & Music
As you’ve undoubtedly realized by now, if you’ve started your Christmas shopping, some of the most sought-after gifts for 2021
All working musicians have suffered through the COVID era — the loss of camaraderie and connection as well as the loss of revenue. Jazz musicians, however, are arguably affected the most. Improvisational, unrepeatable and highly interactive, jazz is fundamentally live music.
Popular intimate music series the John Street Jam is returning to Saugerties next month after a hiatus of over six years, once again led by husband-and-wife team Steve and Terri Massardo.
With “great regret” organizers have cancelled the Woodstock Invitational Luthiers Showcase, originally scheduled for October 22 – 24, 2021.
Now in its 25th year, Fall for Art used to be a gala juried art show and party hosted at various fancy venues, but this year it will be continuing in the virtual mode initiated in 2020, running as an online art sale from October 23 to 29.
The graceful, dramatic art-song of mid-Hudson native Sarah Perrotta has always struck me as a variant of Prog rock. This is true both of her imminent new release — the gorgeous, career-defining Blue to Gold — and of her earliest work with the art-pop duo Outloud Dreamer.
As galleries and museums reopen even as mask-wearing mandates remain in effect and some venues require proof of vaccination, the public, freed from the constraints and isolation of the screen, can once again enjoy the pleasure of viewing artworks in situ.
Saugerties sculptor Tomas Penning played a principal role in the creation and operation of the National Youth Administration Work Center in Woodstock. The now-historic NYAWC buildings on Route 212 east of the hamlet currently house the Woodstock School of Art.
After 36 years, the Center for Photography at Woodstock says it has outgrown its 59 Tinker Street location and is moving to Midtown Kingston. The organization says it is taking advantage of a strong real estate market to make the transition, though those involved say they did not take the decision to make the move lightly.