A Watershed Moment on the Horizon

by Janet T. Langsam, CEO, ArtsWestchester  (photo credit: Emma Gencarelli) (photo credit: Emma Gencarelli) What is a watershed moment? It is a turning point. It is a defining moment at which change alters the direction of a situation. It is a dividing point, from which things will never be the same. It is momentous. So ... Read More »

Voting Rights: 100 Years After the 19th Amendment

by Kathleen Reckling, Deputy Director of Public Programs, ArtsWestchester Copper v. Harris from "A Series of Unethical Acts" by Ann Lewis Copper v. Harris from "A Series of Unethical Acts" by Ann Lewis Mural of Lady Justice and Lady Liberty in ArtsWestchester's gallery High above the heads of visitors in ArtsWestchester’s gallery is a vibrant ... Read More »

Voices in the Landscape

by Michelle Falkenstein The Lyndhurst Sewing School pupils practice their sewing in the orchards behind the Bowling Alley, where the school held classes, circa 1905 (photo courtesy of Lyndhurst Mansion) The Lyndhurst Sewing School pupils practice their sewing in the orchards behind the Bowling Alley, where the school held classes, circa 1905 (photo courtesy of ... Read More »