Ongoing

Enrollment Open for Summer Programs at Garrison Art Center

Garrison Art Center 23 Garrison's Landing, Garrison

Summer Arts on the Hudson  either 2 or 4 weeks, K- 8. Session 1: June 27-July 8, Session 2: July 11-22 Summer Art Institute students entering 9 - 12th grade. July 25-August 5 NEW! Art a la Carte, half & full-day

Recurring

Free Zoom Chair Yoga

Chair Yoga is one of the gentlest forms of yoga available, adapting poses through the creative use of a chair. Emphasis will be on breathing, balance, and taking things at your own pace. This workshop is led by Toni Russo,

Recurring

Sumi Ink Workshops at KINOSAITO Art Gallery

Kinosaito 115 7th Street, Verplanck

Japanese sumi ink painting & calligraphy are two of the foundations of East Asian art. Instructed by Ryoko Endo & Kanako Nagatomo Register here: www.kinosaito.org  

$20

Steffi Nossen School of Dance Celebrates Its 85th Anniversary Gala: A Night of Dance Inspired by Folk Music of Woody Guthrie

White Plains Performing Arts Center 11 City Pl, White Plains

Six dance performances by  students. A special guest performance by Graham 2 Dance Company. A post-performance reception at 9pm, complimentary drinks and desserts. Covid-19 health guidelines will be observed with masks required in theater for performances. Purchase Tickets at www.SteffiNossen.org

$65 – $100

Six by Soudheim Documentary at Jacob Burns

Jacob Burns Film Center 364 Manville Rd, Pleasantville

Directed by Tony Award-winner & frequent Sondheim collaborator James Lapine, film weaves together dozens of interviews with Soudheim & rare archival material spanning 50+ years  with newly discovered footage of Ethel Merman performing Gypsy). Q&A director James Lapine moderated by

$12 – $17

Film at Jacob Burns: “President”

Jacob Burns Film Center 364 Manville Rd, Pleasantville

Director Camilla Nielsson’s film follows an ambitious leader & presidential hopeful in Zimbabwe’s 2018 election, Nelson Chamisa, who expressed the country’s utmost desire to be “led” and not “ruled.” This film is part of the Global Watch: Crisis & Social Action

$10 – $15