The first show, entitled Arbitrary History: The People’s Choice, begins with receptions on Saturday, February 2.
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Later this month, Pine Hill-based artist Brenda Goodman will be heading down to New York City’s influential Chelsea art district for a solo show at the prestigious Sikkema Jenkins Gallery she’s had her heart set on showing in for years now.
There’s no band lists yet, but Woodstock 50 — original festival promoter Michael Lang’s anniversary event of the original Aquarian Festival from 1969 — was formally announced this week on January 9. Another concert, announced earlier by a different promoter, will take place at the original site in Bethel.
Replacing her as new presidents of the Woodstock School of Art board of directors will be longstanding WSA instructor Staats Fasoldt and former School of Art executive director Nancy Campbell, also a longtime instructor.
As the Woodstock business community prepares for the coming summer’s anniversary festivities for the rock and roll blast that helped push Woodstock into legendary status 50 years ago, everyone’s been wondering how the commemorations will be occurring.
The owner said it had become increasingly difficult to keep the gallery going in its Saugerties location, and predicted it would resurface in another location in the not-to-distant future.
It’s all on view now through January 13 at the upstairs gallery located at 40 Mill Hill Road, open Thursdays through Sundays, noon to 6 p.m.
The Colony and Family of Woodstock’s Hotline present Eric Redd Movement: Holiday Dance Party on Sunday, December 23, at 7 p.m., at the Colony, 22 Rock City Road, Woodstock.
Phoenicia’s Arts Upstairs, which closed its doors last winter, will be reincarnated in two new forms this month.
Big shifts have occurred in the art that matters. What constitutes a landscape has shifted internal, and focused on human-scale details. Subject matter has regained a hold on those still drawn to printmaking. Fun is again kin to aesthetic appreciation.