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Chinese Arts Residency exhibits work in Poughkeepsie
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Arts & Music
Mon Jan 11th, 2016

A group of Asian artists who are part of a residency program in Poughkeepsie exhibited their work at Arts Mid-Hudson (formerly Dutchess Arts Council) with an opening on January 9....

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Mon Jan 11th, 2016

The Sherman Ensemble performed their annual Best of Baroque concert in Pawling at Christ Church, Norman Vincent Peale’s attractive summer church on Quaker Hill this past Saturday afternoon. They began...

Sun Jan 10th, 2016

“Winter Solstice/Little Sun,” at the James Barron Gallery in Kent, features works by more than twenty artists including Jules Olitski, Kenneth Noland and Sol LeWitt. Winter, light and recycled materials...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in Arts & Music
Wed Dec 30th, 2015

You never know who you will meet in the streets of Wassaic, especially around Christmas when things seem desolate and deserted and most of the Brooklyn hipsters are off to...

Music review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Sat Dec 19th, 2015

On Friday night with the temperature hovering at 37 degrees, the Pawling Concert Series featured New York Polyphony, four handsome men singing Christmas four-part harmonies in All Saints Chapel at...

Theater review
by Kevin T. McEneaney in Arts & Music
Fri Dec 18th, 2015

Back in 1971, I recall walking into a Manhattan Soho exhibit to meet someone. I arrived first to see several hundred boxes covered in plain brown paper, neatly tied with...

by Antonia Shoumatoff in Arts & Music
Tue Dec 15th, 2015

 Amenia Theatre children sing their hearts out during a rehearsal for the Festival of Lights

An Interview with Billy Morrison
by Antonia Shoumatoff in Arts & Music
Tue Dec 15th, 2015

After nine years at the 7,000-foot space in the plaza on Barn Road, Billy Morrison is about to expand his gallery into a new space on Main Street that he...

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