The Paul Green Rock Academy is about to become Rock Academy, at least in Woodstock and the rest of the Hudson Valley.
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It’s easy to overlook the power an artist has when she’s able to move between genres with ease.
Photography Now 2017, the Center for Photography at Woodstock’s annual overview exhibit, opened last weekend as a popular glimpse of multiple modes being covered by the increasingly popular, all-encompassing medium.
Breaking the Code is the most audacious — if modest — production in PAW’s illustrious history.
Saturday, Nov. 4: Poet and classical scholar Jim Handlin will speak in Woodstock about deciphering centuries-old cryptic works. Handlin’s solution to one work — if verifiable — is a mind-blowing revelation at a nexus of Jewish and Coptic mysticism and alchemy.
Saturday, Nov. 4: “Everyone knows about the iconic 1969 concert, but there were seven decades of creatives coming together beforehand that laid the groundwork for what Woodstock is today,” says filmmaker Stephen Blauweiss.
When Donald Elder, who opens an exhibit of new works at Elena Zang Gallery in Shady Saturday, October 28 (with an artist’s reception 2 p.m.-5 p.m.) for a three week run through November 19, moved into a new studio just steps from his garden-surrounded home several years ago, the painter seemed both enthused and exhausted.
Late October in Woodstock has a very special meaning for guitar lovers, which means almost everyone around here.
“One of the pleasures of visiting friends in their homes is the opportunity to look at personal art collections,” write Paula Nelson and John Kleinhans in their catalogue introduction for the new exhibit they’ve curated for the Woodstock School of Art, Off The Walls: Artwork from our Patrons’ Collections, which opens on Saturday, October 21 for a run through December 16.
‘Actors are treated differently there. They’re respected. The students are so passionate and knowledgeable and driven. You could inhale their excitement.’