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Call for Artists

Pete Seeger show: Submit an image of a painting or a photograph to be entered in a 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.

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. Entry deadline is Jan. 13. Awards will be presented at the reception. ARTery Gallery, 210 Broad St., Milford, Pa. Prospectus and entry forms at 570-409-1234.

Exhibition Opportunities: Delaware Valley Arts Alliance is now accepting applications for exhibition opportunities in 2020. DVAA’s Visual Arts program includes solo, two-person, group and curated exhibitions. DVAA also produces pop-up exhibitions, hosts artist talks and related programs throughout the year. Submission deadline is Feb. 2.

The Earth Speaks V: Open call for work that focuses on the public’s attention on the gravity of environmental issues. “A Juried Exhibition on the Environmental Crisis” will be held this spring at Dunning Art Gallery, Northampton Community College Monroe Campus, Tannersville, Pa. Show juror is Harry C. Tabak of New Paltz. Download prospectus and enter online at Submissions due Feb. 8.



EveryDay Newburgh: An exhibition of photographs and audio by Newburgh Community Photo Project. Public installation at 21 Liberty St. through Feb. 16. EveryDay Newburgh is a photography and advocacy workshop for teenagers and young adults to develop narratives on poverty, water, housing, gender and sexual identities and other social-political issues affecting their lives. Participants are trained as citizen journalists by professional photographers, editors and media artists to raise awareness and become powerful voices in their community. Newburgh Community Photo Project, 102 S. William St., Newburgh.


Exhibit openings & receptions

“3 Emerging Photographers”: Featuring photos by Pierce Johnston, Michelle Precour and Patti Sonnenschein. Each photographer offers a unique photographic perspective on our world. RiverWinds Gallery, 172 Main St., Beacon. Artists’ Opening 5-8 p.m. Jan. 12. Exhibit runs through Feb. 4. 838-2880.

Perseverance of Mystery: works by Meredith Rosier, including ink, pencils, conte crayon, pastel, graphite, dirt, ash, sawdust and rust scraped from metals, Through Jan.18 and Jan. 22-31, Orange Hall Gallery, SUNY Orange. With a free master class, open to all, 4 p.m. Jan. 31: Contemporary Drawing in Abstraction, followed by a closing reception 6:30 p.m. Jan. 31. Orange Hall, 24 Grandview Ave., Middletown., 341-4891.

“Stories From the Scraps”: An exhibition of 11 art quilts by German fiber artist Andrea Jasmine Schwenk, her first in the United States. Art-A-Pelago’s Paros Gallery, 815 Main St., Honesdale, Pa. Reception Jan. 12. 570-470-5549.

“Thinking Inside the Box”: Monica Ostrow’s exhibit of collages and assemblages which offers an artistic look at ordinary, commonplace objects, abstracted or seemingly out-of-context. Each piece contains a figure or face that interacts with the environment and is a metaphor or Ostrow’s own reactions to living. Mindy Ross Gallery, corner of Grand and First Streets, Newburgh.Artist's reception 7-9 p.m. Jan. 26, with music by jazz guitarist Vern Lazaroff.  On display through Feb. 28. 341-4891/9386.


Ongoing exhibits

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,, 236-7970.

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. The works may change during that time, but these three Hudson Valley artists will remain the featured artists.1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick,, 986-1170.1 Ryerson Rd., Warwick., 986-1170.

Greenwood Lake Public Library: The work of late artist AnnaKaren Clemmensen, courtesy of Clemmensen’s sister, Margaret Fox, through the month of January. 79 Waterstone Rd., Greenwood Lake. 477-8377.

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,

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. Mohonk Rd., High Falls. 682-564-5613.