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Pratt Institute and KinoSaito Announce Artist Residency Program
Pratt Institute and KinoSaito recently jointly announced a new partnership – an artist-in-residence fellowship program.
Arts Take Over Yonkers This Weekend
The City of Yonkers will celebrate its burgeoning status as an arts destination on May 20 at the 9th annual Yonkers Arts Weekend (YAW). The event, which attracts upwards of 10,000 people each year, gives visitors an opportunity to experience the creative spirit that has transformed Yonkers over the years.
Magazzino Announces Research Center Specializing in Postwar and Contemporary Italian Art
Magazzino Italian Art in Cold Spring recently opened the Germano Celant Research Center, which serves as a resource for scholars and students, offering “an extensive library and archive of publications on a wide array of subjects, including Italian art, postwar and contemporary art, design, architecture and Murano Glass.”
Visual Art and Theater Converge in Ossining
One may say that art imitates life, and life imitates art. It’s a cyclical process. An artist is inspired by the world around them. Other artists are, in turn, inspired by that creative output. They then create something new while inserting their own life experiences.
The Hudson Valley Summer Arts Pass Returns for a Second Year
For the second summer, five renowned cultural arts organizations are collaborating to give Westchester residents and visitors a chance to experience the arts at a discounted rate.
Historic Hudson Valley Announces New Season of Historic Landmark Tours
As trees grow green and Westchester residents ready their wardrobes of short-sleeves and sunglasses, the Historic Hudson Valley starts up its season of guided tours at four local National Historic Landmark properties: Philipsburg Manor, Washington Irving’s Sunnyside, Union Church of Pocantico Hills and Kykuit.
Jewish Film Festival in Pleasantville Screens New Films and Documentaries, Fan Favorites
Jacob Burns Film Center’s 2023 Jewish Film Festival begins May 17 with seven new films and documentaries in addition to three previous fan favorites: A Fish in the Bathtub, Bombshell: The Hedy Lamarr Story, and iMordecai.
Irvington Shakespeare Company Founder Named a 2023 Wunderkind
Each year, Westchester Magazine’s 914 Inc. puts a spotlight on some of Westchester’s savviest businesspeople under the age of 35 – otherwise known as the Wunderkinds.
Rye Arts Center Brings Public Art to the Community
Over the past several years, public art has flooded the City of Rye, bringing the community together, engaging Westchester artists and raising funds for underserved populations. Now, Rye Arts Center is taking time to celebrate two of those public art initiatives, and the people who made them possible, during its annual fundraiser taking place this weekend.
Westchester Arts Groups Get $1.93 Million in Capital Funds
Nine Westchester arts organizations were among the recipients of nearly $2 million in capital funding grants announced by Governor Kathy Hochul last week.
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