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The gallery@rhinebeck in the News:

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The Executive Director, Pat D’Antonio, discusses the gallery@rhinebeck on The Chamber Sunrise Show!  Click here to listen.  After the radio show loads, fast forward to 22:45.

HV1, January 5, 2017

Poughkeepsie Journal, February 1, 2017

The Country and Abroad Magazine, February/March 2017, pp. 48 – 50.

The Rhinebeck Community Forum, March 8, 2017

Artists in the News:

Photographer Harvey L. Silver is currently featured in the April issue of “Living Rhinebeck” magazine, as well as interviewed in the May 5th Poughkeepsie Journal.  Click here for article.
He also has a solo photographic show through May 31st at the Starr Library in Rhinebeck: Black & White and Color Images from the 60’s and 70’s
Located at 68 W. Market St., Rhinebeck
(845) 876-4030

Maxine Davidowitz’s painting, Autumn Brambles, (oil, 30″ x 30″)
was awarded the Arthur Harris Best in Show award
at The Woodstock Art Association and Museum’s prestigious annual show, Far and Wide, curated this year by Bruce Weber.  It’s on view at the gallery until May 28th, along with other works of Maxine’s, both in this show and in the Small Works show on view this month.
WAAM
28 Tinker Street
Woodstock, NY 12498
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Kari Feuer is featured in this week’s Artists Network newsletter!  Click here for more information.

 

 

Franc Palaia’s curated sculpture show has a two page spread in the new In Country Magazine!

 

 

In The Studio With: Adrianne Lobel
“In The Studio With:…” is a weekly feature by Anthony Philip that takes us into the private creative spaces of emerging artists to discuss their work and career.  Click here to read more.

Repurposed Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory Unveiled at Open House
Nansi Lent has been painting since the 1980s. She’s excited to be renting space at the Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory, as she hasn’t had space outside of her home since her late 20s.  “It’s like coming to a job,” she said. “I think I’ll be much more productive and get a lot more work done. I like the idea that there’s other artists around here.”

The Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory was vacant for about 20 years. But the building has been re-purposed to include affordable housing, a print making studio, studio space for artists, an open kitchen, coffee house and two merging arts organizations.  To learn more click here.

Create your own Mirror Mosaic
Guided by artist Suzi K. Edwards, you explore the tools, materials, and techniques of this ancient art. Through discussion of color and design, you learn how surrounding your life with art can enhance an environment and encourage reflection and conversation.
You leave with a beautiful mixed media mosaic mirror that will reflect your ideal creative self back to you each time you glance at it in the future.
All are welcome, including children 12 and older (with an adult); no previous experience is necessary.
For more information click here

Open Call To Artists

Postcard Art Show in support of the Children of Aleppo
In response to the overwhelming sentiments toward the horrific news and video surfacing around the atrocities in Aleppo, particularly in regard to the children affected, we would like to initialize an open call for artists from around the world to respond.

The intention of this call is to allow visual artists an outlet to express themselves around the Syrian crisis and to raise awareness and funds to aid in the effort to provide Syrian children emergency care, food and water.

As artists ourselves and considering the reactions by other artists to this tragedy, we felt that this call to action might be a way to give voice to the community in order to raise awareness and hopefully have the potential to heal in some way. Additionally, any sales or donations will go toward the Save the Children Syrian Children’s Relief Fund.

For details or questions please visit: artforaleppo.org – info@artforaleppo.org

We The People, Political Art in an Age of Discord at the Barrett Art Center
Exhibition Dates: 7/8/17 – 8/12/17
Call for Entries Deadline: April 17 www.callforentry.org

Juror: Michelle Legro – Previously Culture Editor at The New Republic, Michelle chronicled the 2016 Presidential Campaign in her articles, “Four Days in Cleveland” and “Four Days in Philadelphia.” Ms. Legro is a contributor to The Guardian, Tin House, The Believer, and Brain Pickings. She is the editor of Longreads and former Senior Editor at Lapham’s Quarterly.
Senior Editor: Lapham’s Quarterly
Editor: Longreads
Former Culture Editor: The New Republic
Contributor: The Believer, Tin House, The Guardian, Guernica, and Brain Pickings
55 Noxon Street, Poughkeepsie, New York 12601

www.barrettartcenter.org

845-471-2550
Upcoming Art Openings, Exhibitions and Events:

Spring is coming and the art scene in the Hudson Valley is heating up as well. There are many activities happening in and out of the gallery this May and June.

Catching The Light
Annual Watercolor Salon
Closing reception June 4th, 2-4pm
Catching the Light is an annual salon of works in watercolor by artists studying with the Betsy Jacaruso Studio, on exhibit until June 11th.
Barbara Bergin, Joanne Cuttler, Claudia Engel, Judith Pedatella, Francoise Ursat and many more will be showing work.
Betsy Jacaruso Studio & Gallery – The Courtyard, 43-2 E. Market St., Rhinebeck, NY 12572

Reflections On The Centennial Of Women’s Right To Vote In NYS
A Declaration of Sentiments – An investigative mix of art & artifacts
June 3 – August 20, 2017
Opening Reception: June 3, 6-9 PM
Carole P. Kunstadt and many other artist’s work will be on display
Exhibition designed and curated by Carie Feder
Athens Cultural Center
24 Second Street, Athens, NY
(518) 421-3443

Peripheral Visions:
Adrianne Lobel & Marjorie Weiss
Kaiwa: Sue Koch & Kiyoshi Otsuka
On The Wall: Rezendes
Opening: June 1, 2017, 6-8 PM
June 1 – 22, 2017
Carter Burden Gallery
548 West 28th St. #534, New York, NY 10001
Between 10th and 11th Avenues

Outdoor Sculpture Biennial
June 4 – October 31 (Daily) 9:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Outdoor sculpture show featuring contemporary pieces by emerging Hudson Valley artists paired with Wilderstein’s romantic landscape.
OPENING PARTY on Saturday, June 3 from 5 to 7pm. Tickets to this event are $25. For additional information about the show and reservations for the opening party, call 845.876.4818.
Featuring gallery@rhinebeck artist Dave Channon!

SAVE THE DATE
Second Annual Rhinebeck Porchfest
Sunday, September 24th, 2017
Music Starts at 12 Noon
A celebration of community through music
Visit website & Facebook page for more information
www.rbkporchfest.com  / Facebook: Rhinebeck Porchfest
Interested Musicians and/or volunteers email Liz Mazzarella at
rbkporchfest@gmail.com

Nathan Silver will have a feature film, “Thirst Street”, in the Narrative Competition at this year’s upcoming Tribeca Film Festival in late April.  Click here for a review of his previous work, “Uncertain Terms”.

thegallery@rhinebeck has placed two artists at Gigi’s Restaurant in Rhinebeck. The open ended show currently features member artists Laura Gurton and Jeff Greenberg but may grow to include other member artists over time. Gigi’s owner, Laura Pensiero, saw the potential of featuring high quality local artists in her restaurant and used thegallery@rhinebeck as a resource to accomplish this goal.

If other businesses are interested in the same consulting service, please contact Pat D’Antonio, Executive Director at thegallery@rhinebeck, pda@galleryrhinebeck.org

Check back soon for more information on Artists in the News.