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In Nature’s Garden

Join us for the opening reception with the artists of a new gallery exhibition. Photographs selected by noted collector Cathy M. Kaplan. The exhibition features work by Christine Butler, George Gruel, Megan Gorham, Gail Albert Halaban, Karen Halverson, Rebecca Maxwell, and Lynn Stern.

Twilight Chamber Music

Concert featuring Lincoln Mayorga (piano), Maria Ferrante (soprano), and Akal Dev Sharonne (flute). Tickets are $15; free to students.

Transience: Photographs by Lonny Kalfus

Please join us for an opening reception with Columbia County based artist, Lonny Kalfus for an exciting new exhibition of  photographs that capture the abstract beauty and elegance of structures that show the scars of use.


The eighth annual Hidden Gardens Tour celebrates the art of the garden with a full line-up of events designed to inform, inspire and intrigue garden enthusiasts.  “The art and craft of the garden” is the theme for this year’s tour which offers six gardens chosen for their artistic and horticultural excellence.  CLICK HERE TO BUY …Continue Reading

The Art & Craft of the Garden

Dan Benarcik, horticulturalist at Chanticleer Garden and instructor at the famous Longwood Gardens, discusses how to personalize your garden through the use of artistic elements, found artifacts, and ornamental containers. Tickets are $15 and include a light continental breakfast.

Twilight in the Garden

The always delightful Twilight in the Garden cocktail party – the unofficial start to Spencertown’s summer social season – takes place this year at the home of Jami Rubin and Eric Reiff against a perfect pastoral backdrop of rolling hills and a restored antique barn. CLICK TO BUY TICKETS NOW

artsVOYAGE Family Day

Come share a day of garden magic in this program of storytelling, dance, and art making for families. The Academy’s education director, storyteller Tom Lee, leads a program of storytelling, dance, and art relating to a garden theme. Families will also create an original artwork to take home. Click here to make a reservation.

Garden Pleasures

This eclectic gallery exhibition features 18th, 19th, and 20th century drawings and prints related to aspects of nature from the private collection of art dealer Richard Eagan, plus handcrafted mirrors from the Industrial Garden Collection by Spencertown artist Cristobal Morales.