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.
Rockland Center for the Arts celebrates the vision of Creativity in a Students’ Exhibition, January 14 – , January 28, 2018 with an opening reception Saturday, January 20 from 2-5 p.m. Artwork will include pottery, glass beads, drawing, painting and sculpture from the students of RoCA. Early founders, Rockland residents and patrons – Helen Hayes, Henry Varnum […]
The Arts Council of Rockland has announced they will again award grants to provide support for arts and cultural projects to community-based organizations, groups, collectives or artists through the 2013 Community Arts Grants program. Grants are intended to assist with the activities of local arts organizations, artist fees, marketing/publicity costs, direct administrative expenses, and supplies […]
BY BILL BATSON The next two exhibits at Hal Parker’s Corner Frame Shop present important pieces of Nyack history — an appropriate topic for someone who has been in business in Nyack for the last 40 years. The current exhibit, “Nyack As It Was, As It Is,” and his next show, “Tappan Zee Bridge Reflections” […]
Local Artist Bill Batson Turns Visual Artists into Performers and Art Making into a Spectator Sport It took months of planning and the work of dozens of volunteers to unleash a Flash Sketch Mob of over 100 artists in Nyack on Saturday, June 16. All of the hallmarks of the flash mob phenomenon were on […]
BY SARA GILBERT The Garnerville Arts Center announced at a meeting on Thursday, May 24 that it was added to the Preservation League of New York State’s “Seven to Save” list and would be working with local politicians, businesses and community members to rebuild the center. It also announced its first grant to begin the […]