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Help Arts Groups Raise Dollars: Matching Grant Doubles Donations

by ArtsWestchester on August 25, 2021

Arts groups throughout Westchester County are trying to make a comeback after extended closures due to the COVID-19 pandemic. For many of these groups, the Art$WChallenge has come at just the right time. This annual program makes available $400K in matching grant money to benefit arts and cultural groups throughout the County. As a result, … Read More »


Mamaroneck Artists Guild Reopens Gallery in New Location

by Rocio De la Roca on August 25, 2021

In a bustling nook in Larchmont-Mamaroneck, Mamaroneck Artists Guild (MAG) has provided a gallery space and creative home for more than 150 local artists for more than a decade. This past year, that very same nook became desolate when the group had to close its gallery during the COVID-19 pandemic. Despite the challenges that came … Read More »


The Exhibition Season Begins!

by ArtsWestchester on August 25, 2021

Katonah Museum of Art: Cladogram Through September 19 Katonah Museum of Art’s second international juried biennial, Cladogram, displays works by 58 artists from 21 countries, including Argentina, Australia and Italy. The exhibition borrows its name from a diagram that shows relationships among different species and their history of evolution. Likewise, the works in Cladogram engage … Read More »


The Return of Fall Crafts

by ArtsWestchester on August 25, 2021

This fall, the return of safely organized and distanced fall festivals bring back a well-missed tradition from its 2020 absence. Two craft shows with differing approaches will offer guests a variety of ways to browse crafts and support the arts. On September 25-26, Armonk Outdoor Art Show welcomes visitors back in person. After a virtual … Read More »


Happy 20th!

by ArtsWestchester on August 25, 2021

Blue Door Arts Center About 20 years ago, Art on Main Street, an organization that aimed to bring art and culture to downtown Yonkers, closed. However, it was from those ashes that a phoenix of the Yonkers cultural community arose. Two of the Art on MAin Street’s directors, Luis Perelman and Delma Hairston, along with … Read More »