Rhinebeck Arts Walk ( November 27th 12-7pm) invites the community to celebrate local galleries and artists Thanksgiving Weekend! Albert Shahinian
Saugerties | Arts & Entertainment
As you’ve undoubtedly realized by now, if you’ve started your Christmas shopping, some of the most sought-after gifts for 2021
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.
Film buffs in the mid-Hudson have reason to rejoice this week: Not only are long-awaited movies held back by studios on account of COVID beginning to surface in our local theatres, but one of the most beloved of those cinemas is about to reopen. Closed since March 2020 and acquired in July 2021 by Upstate Films, the Orpheum Theatre, located at 198 Main Street in Saugerties, will reopen its doors to the public on Thursday, November 4.
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.
Artist Meredith Morabito of Saugerties has been photographing a wild chipmunk for a couple years — building sets and photographing the chipmunk in it.
Arm-of-the-Sea Theater opens its new waterfront performance venue – The Tidewater Center – with five performances of its annual Esopus Creek Puppet Suite.
The two-day Hope Rocks festival in Saugerties last weekend featured a variety of food, crafts and music — along with a powerful message: people who struggle with addiction need the help of family and friends, not exclusion from society.
The Saugerties Artists’ Studio Tour returned Saturday and Sunday, August 14-15, with 31 in-person tours of artists’ studios across the town and village.