Handmade Holiday Craft and Gift Show

Friday-Sunday, November 25, 26, and 27, 10:00am-4:00pm Saturday and Sunday, December 3-4, 10:00am-4:00pm Holiday gift shoppers and art lovers “go local” at this high-end curated sale that features jewelry, quilts, band boxes, cards, children’s toys, bread boards, baskets, scarves, hand-knit socks, ceramics, handmade books and papers, tin sconces, scherenschnitte (cut paper art), holiday ornaments, including …Continue Reading

Conversations with Neighbors

Join us for an afternoon all about global cuisine and creativity right in our own Hudson Valley backyard. Taste the fare of these famous chefs and pick up some insider tips to take home. The Chefs: John McCarthy, Crimson Sparrow (Hudson, NY,) with an Asian influence and Chef Rei Peraza, Pan-Zur Restaurant (Tivoli,NY) with a Spanish …Continue Reading

Classical Concert

Dan Shulman (piano), Kaori Washiyama (violin) and Nathaniel Parke (cello) will round out the Academy’s 2016 concert season this fall with a performance of important trios by Mozart and Schubert for piano, violin and cello. Also music by Tartini, Prokofiev and Schumann General admission tickets ($20/$10 for students). Tickets available online or at the door.

Bend the Knotted Oak Chamber Music Concert

Come and hear the kind of classical music that stirs passions. America, the beautiful! America, the rebellious! America, the melting pot!

Jazz Concert

The Quartet, Kieraldo, Quimby, Hauser, and Murren, have all pursued careers separately as sidemen for many renowned musicians. Over the last several years, they have combined forces to form “The Quartet.” These master players bring decades of musical experience to the stage – but now they’re playing for each other. Their combined history yields an …Continue Reading

Conversations with Neighbors

This community discussion will explore the current economic state of the region and those bent on improving it for all. Moderated by author David Black, the panel will include Columbia County Supervisor Sarah Sterling, Peter Taylor of Berkshire Taconic Community Foundation, and Pierce Sioussat of Bioforce USA. Advance purchase recommended. Purchase tickets here.

Classical Concert

Kaori Washiyama (violin) and Daniel Shulman (piano) will preform music that is deeply expressive across several eras. Washiyama, winner of the Lipitzer International Violin Competition, and Shulman, conductor and performer of chamber ensembles across the U.S. and Japan, will perform a variety of violin and piano pieces from Tartini Baroque to Bartok Romanian Dances. Mozart …Continue Reading

2016 Juried Regional Show

The Academy’s third annual regional art show features 40 artists from the area working in disciplines from oil and watercolor to sculpture and fiber art. Opening reception: October 15, 4:00 to 6:00 pm Gallery Hours: Saturdays and Sundays, 1:00-5:00 pm.

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