Each four-week session guides students from beginning steps to more cool combinations. No partner necessary.
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.
Inspired by the CMOA exhibition Iris van Herpen: Transforming Fashion (February 4–May 1, 2017), local artists will showcase wearable works of art featuring innovative technology, unique processes, and unconventional materials during a thrilling runway show. After the show, dance and dazzle the night away!
Atticus Adams, Lea Albaugh, team of Richard Chou + Chengcheng Zhao, Julianne D’Errico, Memphis George, team of Zain Islam-Hashmi + Brandon Dareff, Stephanie Moye, Rachel Muse, Sarah Jane Sindler, and So-Hee Woo. Watch for sneak peeks of their designs and process at facebook.com/CarnegieMuseumofArt
SUNY Newpaltz New York Curated by Livia Straus, Juror June 10 – July 30, 2017 Alice and Horace Chandler and North Galleries Undercurrents: The River as Metaphor / Hudson Valley Artists 2017 calls for works that address modernity by reflecting on the Hudson River: its history, its grandeur, and its singular ability to provide us […]
Oistrakh Symphony Spring Concert Welcome springtime to Chicago with the Oistrakh Symphony of Chicago, led by music director Mina Zikri and featuring violinist Ilya Kaler. In celebration of nature’s annual renewal, the program features selections by Vivaldi, Bach, Mozart, and Brahms, including rarely-heard arrangements for violin and orchestra.