What is Pop Art? How and why did Pop Artists incorporate commercial imagery (including mass media, consumer goods, and everyday items) and techniques into their artwork, and what was their impact on American popular culture in the 1950s and ’60s?
On August 14, 2017, for the first time, five versions of Van Gogh’s Sunflowers – one of the most famous images in the history of art – will be seen together in a way the artist could have never imagined.
Arts Mid-Hudson is the preeminent nonprofit arts organization serving the Mid-Hudson region. Since 1964 our initiatives have engaged and promoted the arts benefiting our artists, arts organizations and communities.
Contemporary works and abstract expressionist masterpieces converge in Shade: Clyfford Still/Mark Bradford, a collaborative two-venue presentation by the Denver Art Museum (DAM) and Clyfford Still Museum (CSM).
Safe Harbors of the Hudson, a large scale redevelopment project in the City of Newburgh that combines housing and the arts, is hosting monthly informational tours. The next scheduled tour will be held on Tuesday, April 11th at 9 a.m.
Safe Harbors, whose mission is transforming lives and building communities through housing and the arts, purchased the old Hotel Newburgh in 2002 and turned the blighted eyesore into the Cornerstone Residence. Named Supportive Housing Network of New York’s “Residence of the Year” in 2007, the Cornerstone is home to 128 adults including the formerly homeless, veterans, those living with mental health diagnoses, artists and low income working adults in need of affordable housing. The project also includes the Safe Harbors of the Hudson Ann Street Gallery, a contemporary arts venue, the Lobby at the Ritz, live performing arts space and the newest project Safe Harbors Green.
The Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco have a book club! Page Views will deepen engagement with works on view by pairing exhibitions with a companion text. Together, we’ll celebrate art history, literature, and the thrill of lively discussion among friends new and old.
One of the most significant precursors to what would become San Francisco’s 1960s counterculture was the cross-disciplinary artistic and literary movement known as the Beat Generation, which blossomed from the mid-1950s.