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Clay Art Center’s ALL Explores Human Impact on Nature

by Rocio De la Roca on September 19, 2018
"If You Are the Morning Tide" by Trisha Coates (image courtesy of Clay Art Center) This September, Clay Art Center (CAC) presents the last of four themed exhibitions that examine the complexities of individualism and how we are linked as a community by exploring racial biases, national identity and environmental concerns that are found in ... Read More »


From the Curator: Reflections of ArtsWestchester’s First Triennial

by ArtsWestchester on September 10, 2018
Paola Morsiani at the "ArtsWestchester Triennial' opening reception in front of artwork by Pamela Wallace (photo credit: Tim Radigan) Although the ArtsWestchester Triennial is over, Co-Curator Paola Morsiani reflects on the process and what it means for the organization’s future Triennial exhibitions. Triennial exhibitions make a very big difference for all involved, for at least ... Read More »

Spanish Culture Comes Alive at Westchester Community College

by Mary Alice Franklin on September 10, 2018
On September 22, Smart Arts at Westchester Community College presents Ensemble Español, a Spanish dance theater that preserves the traditions of Spanish culture by depicting its people, customs, literature and music through lively performances. The company, comprised of singers, dancers and musicians, tells the story of this culture through flamenco, classical and folkloric dance styles. ... Read More »