ArtsWestchester Press Releases

ArtsWestchester Announces 2017 ArtsBash Weekend: May 19 and 20

Creative Cuisine Tastings by Top Chefs, Open Artist Studios, a Dynamic Graffiti Art Exhibit and Kids Arts Activities All Offered ArtsWestchester has announced this year’s Annual ArtsBash Weekend, a spring fundraiser that includes an exclusive ArtsBash party on Friday, May 19, followed by Family ArtsBash celebration on Saturday, May 20. This year’s ArtsBash fundraising party … Read More »

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Westchester County Roundup: Conversation with director-choreographer Carole Alexis

Westchester County Roundup host Bob Johnson spoke with director and choreographer Carole Alexis about Ballet des Amériques, the conservatory and the company, the history of dance, false stereotypes about dance, the political power of dance and her own creation of Boléro to the Music of Maurice Ravel – premiering this weekend, Sunday, June 11, 2pm, … Read More »



Summer Dance at Steffi Nossen

Steffi Nossen School of Dance Summer Dance Programs – Highlights Include Musical Theater Intensive and Story Book Camp Contact Judith Ross 914-328 -1900 jgr@steffinossen.org Summer at Steffi Nossen is a great time to keep dance skills sharp, work on new techniques and explore artistic goals. Programs combine creative intensity and artistic expression in a comfortable … Read More »


Stirring Speeches by Forces of Creativity Highlight Commencements at Sarah Lawrence Justice, Humanity, Equality, and Respect are Central Themes

May 19, 2017 – Sarah Lawrence College conferred over 400 degrees in the commencement exercises of the historic college in southern Westchester County, just north of New York City. One hundred fifty master’s degrees were bestowed on Thursday, May 18, and 355 Bachelor of Arts degrees on Friday, May 19. This morning, world-acclaimed writer, director, … Read More »


Meet Top Book Agents, Editors, Social Media and PR Experts at The Writing Institute at Sarah Lawrence College’s Fourth Annual Publish & Promote Your Book Conference on June 24

June 8, Bronxville/Yonkers, NY – The fourth annual Publish & Promote Your Book Conference will take place at Sarah Lawrence College on Saturday, June 24, from 8:30 am thru 3:30 pm with the opportunity for participants to make one-to-one pitches from 3:30 pm to 5:30 pm. Presented by The Writing Institute, prominent New York City … Read More »


Gordon Parks: A Man Becomes Invisible

The Gordon Parks Foundation announces the opening of a new exhibition. A Man Becomes Invisible is an exploration of Gordon Parks’ photographic interpretation of Ralph Ellison’s National Book Award winning novel Invisible Man. Published in 1952, the novel has been hailed as one of the first to treat the black experience in twentieth-century America as … Read More »



Defying labels: New Roles, New Clothes Reopens June 15 – September 24

Newly Discovered Treasures to be Featured In Lyndhurst Couture Exhibition Defying labels: New Roles, New Clothes Reopens June 15 – September 24 Tarrytown, NY—May 23, 2017–When Lyndhurst mounted the couture exhibit Defying Labels: New Roles, New Clothes, last year, the exhibit curators never imagined they’d discover new items in private hands that would form the basis … Read More »


Saved by a Child Musical: ARts10566.0rg

For Immediate Release (Contact: Barbara Galazzo   914-734-5040, 914-815-3133 mobile, galazzo.arts10566@gmail.com)   For immediate release (Cold Spring, NY   June 2017)   SAVED BY A CHILD MUSICAL:   ARTS 10566.ORG   This June Arts 10566 will have a performance of an original play, Saved By a Child, written by Amos Smith, at the Hudson Valley Paramount Theater in … Read More »