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Call for Artists
Pete Seeger show: Submit an image of a painting or a photograph to be entered in special exhibition honoring Pete Seeger at The Howland Cultural Center, Beacon, starting May 3, 2019. Space is limited. 831-4988, ask for Craig Wolf or Florence Northcutt. firstname.lastname@example.org.
New Perspectives: An open, juried exhibit at ARTery Gallery, Milford, Pa. The 20-year-old gallery, run by its member artists, will open its exhibit space to non-members in February 2019. Entry deadline is Jan. 13. Awards will be presented at the reception. ARTery Gallery, 210 Broad St., Milford, Pa. Prospectus and entry forms at arterygallerymilford.com. (570) 409-1234.
“Summerland”: An audio work for 24 computer-controlled telegraph sounders by Matthew Ostrowski. Summerland looks back at the archaeology of communications, seizing from the ether the dead voices of two individuals at the tangled nexus of 19th-century information technology: Samuel Morse and Kate Fox. The Laundry King, 65 Main St., Livingston Manor. Opening reception 4-6 p.m. Dec. 8. 436-4227. email@example.com.
Auction: Denizen Theatre Gallery will host a live auction of artworks on display in conjunction with their upcoming production of “Adaptive Radiation,” 6:30-7:30 p.m. Dec. 8. Proceeds will be split between the artist and the Maya Gold Foundation. The gallery curates each production by selecting work from local artists that will complement and inform the work being performed in the theater. Water Street Market, 10 Main St., New Paltz, denizentheatre.com, 303-4136.
Exhibit openings & receptions
“An Artist’s Response to Human Rights”: This exhibit offers juniors and seniors in Orange County high schools the opportunity of expressing their feelings about the importance of human rights in today’s world by depicting artworks and writing poems or essays about topics related to the 30 Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Mindy Ross Gallery, 73 First St., Newburgh, 6-8 p.m. Dec. 10.Exhibits through Dec. 14. 341-4891/9386. sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs.
River Valley Artists Guild: Celebrate the members of Guild showing their works through the month of December, Daniela Cooney, Heather Hubbard, Susan Miiller, Joe Petrosi, Joan Standora and Elva Zingaro. UpFront Gallery, 31 Jersey Ave., Port Jervis. 6-9 p.m. Dec. 8. 754-5000.
Handmade for the Holidays Exhibit: Fine crafts on tables throughout the galleries and hanging exhibit of miniature paintings by regional artists. Wallkill River School of Art, Wallkill River School, 232 Ward St., Montgomery. Reception 5-7 p.m. Dec. 8. Exhibit and sale Dec. 1-30. 457-2727, wallkillriverschool.com.
A.W. Buckbee Center: Holiday Express Model Train event, 9 a.m.-2 p.m. Mon.-Fri., and 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Sat.-Sun. through Dec. 28. Travel back in time and enjoy the historical society’s collection of toys and games from the 1840s-1930s, including a restored doll collection and doll houses modeled after Warwick historic homes. $5 per person; $10 for families up to six people. 986-3236, ext. 106. warwickhistoricalsociety.org. Warwick.Warwick Historical Society, 2 Colonial Ave., Warwick. Whsny.org.
The Falcon Gallery: Ned Moran & The Avalon Archives Museum of Roots, Rock & Roll now permanently installed at The Falcon Underground – the “pub-beneath-the-club”. A vast, rotating collection of founder, director, and curator Moran’s extraordinary displays of rare and obscure photos, posters, album covers, books, and recordings are the primary visuals for this intimate space. 1348 Route 9W, Marlboro, liveatthefalcon.com, 236-7970.
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center: “Past Time, Geology in European and American Art, through Dec. 9. Vassar College, 437-5237. Vassar College, Poughkeepsie.
The Grange: "Three Women of Art Series" A collaborative exhibit featuring the works of Stephanie Joyce Roth, Janet Howard Fatta and Flavia Bacarella.Through February 2019. The works may change during that time, but these three Hudson Valley artists will remain the featured artists.1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick, TheGrangeWarwick.com, 986-1170.1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick. TheGrangeWarwick.com, 986-1170.
Greenwood Lake Public Library: Brittany Dreyhaupt Exhibit. Most of her art is inspired by the beauty of Orange County. On show for the month of December. 79 Waterstone Road, Greenwood Lake. 477-8377.
Knauss Gallery & Wine Bar: “Paintings and Monoprints” by Peter Sheehan. 76 Vineyard Ave., Highland. Through Dec. 30. knausgalleryandwinebar.com.
Mindy Ross Gallery: “An Artist’s Response to Human Rights” Juniors and seniors in Orange County high schools express their feelings about the importance of human rights in today’s world by depicting artworks and writing poems or essays about topics related to the 30 Articles of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Through Dec. 14. 73 First St., Newburgh,
Muroff Kotler Visual Arts Gallery: “The Form of Shadows”, exhibit open through Dec. 14. SUNY Ulster, College Lounge, 491 Cottekill Rd., Stone Ridge. 687-5113. Hours: 11 a.m.-3 p.m. Mon.-Fri.
Museum at Bethel Woods: Special exhibit, “The Work of Pop Art Icon Peter Max.” The art of Peter Max helped define the psychedelic 1960s with its colorful imagery of gurus, sages, runners, planets and more. The exhibit brings together for the first time early works from two collectors for a Peter Max experience, through Dec. 31. Also, “Set in Stone; The Sculpture of Glenn Zweygardt.” The Museum at Bethel Woods, 200 Hurd Rd., Bethel, bethelwoodscenter.org.
Orange Hall Gallery: “An Artist’s Response to Human Rights.” Work by juniors and seniors in Orange County high schools about the importance of human rights in today’s world. 24 Grandview Ave., Middletown, through Dec. 14. 341-4891. Sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs.
Thornwillow Institute: 7 S. Lander St., Newburgh. Hours: noon-6 p.m. Thurs.-Sun.
Time and the Valleys Museum: “Water and the Valleys,” “Tunnels, Toil and Trouble: New York City’s Quest for Water and the Rondout-Neversink Story,” and “Picture Yourself(ie) in the 1930s.” $5 suggested donation, $2 children 16 and under, free under age 6. 332 Main St. (Rt. 55) Grahamasville, 985-7700, timeandthevalleysmuseum.org.
Wired Gallery: “To Know the Light” End of the year show featuring 15 area artists in celebration of light and dark through nature-connected art in a variety of media. Through April 1, 2019. Thewiredgallery.com.11 Mohonk Rd., High Falls. 682-564-5613.