Already she has 20 pairs of them completed, including such luminaries as Chuck Close, Mary Frank, Robert Indiana, Jasper Johns, Maya Lin, Judy Pfaff , Martin Puryear, Ursula Von Rydingsvard and Kiki Smith.
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Goodman will speak about her book at Elting Memorial Library in New Paltz on Wednesday, September 5 from 8-9:30 p.m. Admission is free.
Two regional premieres and a world premiere are in store for Paltzonians this fall, as the Denizen Theatre takes shape on the upper level of the Water Street Market.
August 5-12: A flamenco performance is an exorcism of sorts. The dancers, singers and musicians who practice this artform are forever in quest of a quality called duende – a word that has no exact English equivalent.
The Comic Fest will have stations set up throughout the Highland Public library, offering a wide sampling of different kinds of fandom fun for all ages.
Water Street Market has been showing free outdoor movies in its courtyard every summer Monday night for a decade now. The season is up and running already, with the last film slated for Monday, August 27. And this year, the third Saturday of each month will also bring an opportunity to view a free movie under the stars in New Paltz, at the Field of Dreams park pavilion, where the first of three Saturday night movie screenings this summer will be Saturday, June 16.
You can tell that the annual self-guided mobile artfest is imminent when dozens of brightly painted doors, unhinged, start popping up in the heart of the hamlet, fresh from their seasonal debut at the Gardiner Cupcake Festival.
Right now it’s just a big, gray box, but by year’s end, it’s due to become a black box theater.
The Village of New Paltz Historic Preservation Commission unveiled its fourth annual art exhibit and announced the award-winners at a reception Saturday, April 28. The show will remain on view in the community room of the Elting Memorial Library during regular library hours through May 12.
“Talking Gong” was inspired by the gong chime culture of Southeast Asia, particularly the rhythms and language of the gandingan, the Philippine Maguindanaon “talking gongs.”