Last week, Senator James Skoufis (D-Hudson Valley) hosted an art open house in his Rockland District office featuring artwork from North Rockland High School students. The pieces varied from photography and watercolor to digital art and collages. Back in October, Senator Skoufis invited artists from North Rockland High School to loan their artwork for display […]
Rockland Center for the Arts increases accessibility of the arts for the blind and low-vision art enthusiasts in a new exhibition sponsored by Crystal Run Healthcare
Visions of Awareness, is an exhibit exploring VISION and seeing creatively. Vision does not solely rely on the function of our eyes: sight starts in the brain as an idea or thought. The exhibit is on view October 13 through November 24, 2019. An artists reception will be held on Sunday, October 20 from 2-5 […]
Daly Flanagan, Executive Director of Rockland Center for the Arts will be one of three to be honored by the Arts Council of Rockland at it’s Annual Arts Awards on May 1. The two other honorees selected are Elliott Forrest, WQXR Radio host and Executive Director of ArtsRock and former County Executive, C. Scott Vanderhoef […]
Amusements: Digital Photography by Jessica Bowen For the month of August, the Piermont Library will feature a fundraising exhibition “Amusements: Digital Photography.” by Jessica Bowen. An Artist’s Reception will be held Sunday, August 5 from 2 – 4 p.m. Ms. Bowen celebrates her 10th anniversary as Piermont’s Library Director in June of 2018. This exhibit is a fundraiser with all proceeds […]
Photos from GarnerArtsCenter.com Garner Arts Festival is marking its 15th year this weekend. One of Rockland’s major annual events, Garner Arts Festival bills itself as “The Lower Hudson Valley’s Premier Arts Festival” and estimates average attendance of 4 – 6,000 people to its Garnerville location, once a textile mill many decades ago and now a […]
Works from local painter Judy Schreiber will be on display at Tappan Library through Monday, March 5. Her latest inspiration is “Times Up! The extinction series,” about creatures who have either gone extinct or are endangered species. There’s only five days left to stop by Tappan Library and take in Schreiber’s work.