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A Bluegrass Take on Grateful Dead at The Capitol Theatre

by Rocio De la Roca on April 14, 2017

Popular multi-instrumentalist Keller Williams will take the stage at The Capitol Theatre on April 20 with his Grateful Grass project. The band gives an improvisational twist to the iconic songs of Grateful Dead in a style that is inspired by traditional bluegrass music. While the band has had a rotating lineup of impressive collaborators, such … Read More »


Artist Opportunities: Auditions, Call for Entries, Jobs, Grants, Fellowships, and More

by Mary Alice Franklin on April 13, 2017

ArtsWestchester.org is Westchester County’s guide for all-things-art. By listing “Artist Opportunities” available in the area, artists can find working opportunities that will help to strengthen and further their careers. Below is a sampling of some upcoming opportunities. A Crack in Everything Submitted by Katonah Museum Artists’ Association “Ring the bells that still can ring / … Read More »


Small Works Represent Big Ideas at Blue Door Art Center

by Mary Alice Franklin on April 12, 2017

Blue Door Art Center celebrates small works with big ideas this month. Big Ideas in Small Packages 2017 showcases 46 national and international artists. Gallery Director Jay Oh explained: “Artists were asked to submit works of art that are smaller than 16 inches in all directions; but, within the common theme of size limitation, the … Read More »


Lecture Series at Sarah Lawrence College Presents Artists from Diverse Disciplines

by Mary Alice Franklin on April 11, 2017

Throughout the month of April, Sarah Lawrence College presents a weekly Visual Arts Lecture series, which will include talks by noteworthy and early-career artists who will speak about their recent work. The artists are chosen by the Visual Arts faculty and each lecture correlates with one of the school’s artistic disciplines – sculpture, painting, printmaking, … Read More »


Stage Door Reading Series Returns to Irvington Town Hall Theater

by Rocio De la Roca on April 10, 2017

Irvington Town Hall Theater returns with a third season of its Stage Door Series, when new works are presented in a relaxed setting, without sets or costumes. The readings are meant to encourage audiences to engage with the playwright’s words. On April 13, the series will present a reading by award-winning playwright Samuel Harps. The … Read More »