70 Young Jewish Artists Strut their Stuff

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Some 70 top young Jewish artists from around the world gathered in Garrison, NY on March 23-26, 2014 for the Asylum Arts International Jewish Artist Retreat. The one-of-a-kind networking and learning experience is intended to connect and empower … [Read more...]

“Masters in Print Studio” Jasper Johns & John Lund at KMA


By Ronni Diamondstein An extraordinary and little known story unfolds in the Katonah Museum of Art’s exhibition, Jasper Johns & John Lund: Masters in the Print Studio. This is the first museum exhibition to explore the working relationship of … [Read more...]

South African Artist Wins 2014 Neuberger Prize


10-Year Survey Opens May 4 at the Neuberger Museum of Art South African artist Robin Rhode grew up during the volatile period just before Nelson Mandela became president. "I remember when teachers stopped teaching for weeks. We called it "Chalk … [Read more...]

The Portraits of Laurel Stern Boeck


By Sarah Ellen Rindsberg It’s not every day that one receives a call from Jodi Rell, former Governor of Connecticut or meets with Dennis Hastert, former speaker of the House. For Laurel Stern Boeck, one of the nation’s foremost portrait artists, … [Read more...]

The Greeley Gallery


Intro by Stephen Ku The talent of Greeley’s art department is at once distinct and indistinct.  It, by its very nature, is one of the many examples of the students and their successes as being part of the school.  Students who have matriculated in … [Read more...]

MCW Holds First Community Music Week


The Music Conservatory of Westchester, a not-for-profit music school in White Plains, recently held its first Community Music Week, offering tours of their facility, free classes, and group lesson observations. Classes included Music Skills (K - 3rd … [Read more...]

Quilts Made of Love

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Quilts made by visitors to the Katonah Museum of Art by hundreds of community members were donated today to My Sister’s Place and to babies born at the Bedford Women’s Correctional Facility. The Katonah Museum is dedicated to developing meaningful … [Read more...]

A HerculeAnn Performance

By Grace Bennett Before I get to Ann Richards-- and Holland Taylor’s  rollickin’ fun but also quite illuminating portrayal of the former governor of Texas--I would like to slip in how absolutely great it was to simply partake in a Lincoln Center … [Read more...]

The Armonk Players Presents Parallel Lives


Parallel Lives By Mo Gaffney and Kathy Najimy Directed by Joy Arzaga, Christine DiBuono, Pia Haas and Marquette Pierce With: Joan Cavallo, Benna Dinhofer, Irene Howard, Kathryn Kitt, Donna Marvin, Michelle Moriarty, Andrea Moro, Mika Nishi, … [Read more...]

CLEARWATER FESTIVAL Unites Major Musical Figures and Green Activism

Bold beats and folk icons, hand-crafted delicacies and gorgeous produce, unexpected art installations and an old-school working waterfront. Clearwater’s Great Hudson River Revival, also simply and affectionately known as the Clearwater Festival (June … [Read more...]

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