During the weekend of May 18-19, the City of Yonkers becomes the venue for a dynamic celebration of its art, culture and music scene. Open studios, exhibitions, family-friendly workshops and more, promise fun for everyone.
The environment in which an artist creates can often set the tone for their work. Anne Samat, a rising star in contemporary woven art, recently traveled from her native city of Kuala Lumpur to work and live in the city of Peekskill. Samat’s exhibition Greatest Love opened last Thursday at Hudson Valley MOCA and marked her first solo show in the United States.
Family ArtsBash continues the County’s coolest cultural celebration with child-friendly art workshops and performances throughout the building on Saturday, May 18. This year there’s so much to do that budding Rembrandts will take home enough creations to delight grandparents and then some.
Food, fun and art mix and mingle at ArtsWestchester’s biggest house party of the year. Top chefs serve tasty dishes paired with spirited cocktails and other super sips from local purveyors – all set against the backdrop of contemporary art. Open artist studios and family activities round out the two-day feast of vibrant cultural life in our County.
Enjoy music from Les Miserables performed by the Westchester Symphonic Winds on May 11 at Tarrytown Music Hall. For more than three decades, the 60-piece wind and percussion ensemble has promoted exceptional music in our County.