Chappaqua Library Art Gallery is reopening. Lang's paintings range from Nantucket summers to New York City streets covering more than 60 years of Lang's career as an artist & fabric designer.
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
"Material Presence Exhibit" Featuring visual artists Jilaine Jones & Fran O’Neil. Brooklyn-based artist Fran O’Neill creates vibrant, swirling paintings in myriad, intensely hued colors. Jilaine Jones is a sculptor. Her work contains ideas based on the phenomena of landscape, architecture,
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,
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
A Classical Concert featuring Cynthia Peterson on piano & Daniel Spitzer on clarinet performing works by Schumann, Goodwin, Bernstein, and Novacek. Masks are optional for fully vaccinated attendees. Social distancing must be maintained.
Two live concerts of Johann Sebastian Bach’s Magnificat and Lauridsen’s Lux Aeterna performed by Hudson Chorale, joined by members of the Westchester Choral Society, under the baton of Artistic Director David Baranowski. Featuring works sung by soloists & choristers, with full orchestra & organist.
Hear great blues artists in history, featuring Blues legends Joe Louis Walker, Guy Davis, Professor Louie & The Crowmatix. Music accompanied by a photographic retrospective Keeping the Blues Alive byJoseph A. Rosen. Presented in partnership with the Hudson Valley Blues