Let’s come together as an arts community and each send a bit of love to our favorite arts organizations. Send a note of support, choose to turn your canceled event ticket into a donation instead of a refund, or purchase a ticket to an already-rescheduled show. However you choose to show your support, please do so. Let’s get through this together!
A letter from ArtsWestchester’s Communications Manager and “ArtsNews” Editor.
It’s difficult to see the silver lining these days. Sure, the heartbreak part is easy, as we see so many artists, arts groups, local businesses and restaurants all forced to cancel events and close their doors. But if there’s one thing I can say for sure about our arts community, it’s that we’re resilient.
A collection of movie reviews and opinions from Marsha Gordon, President/CEO of The Business Council of Westchester. When she is not advocating for business, building the economy or creating job opportunities, you can find her at the movie theatre enjoying many different film genres.
The first of ten original works of art is scheduled to be installed on the Governor Mario M. Cuomo Bridge path this month. A massive sculpture, TAPPAN ZEE, is the work of artist Ilan Averbuch. It is one of the site-responsive works chosen in a competitive selection process managed by ArtsWestchester in collaboration with the New York State Thruway Authority and the Arts Council of Rockland.
Every year, ArtsWestchester recognizes the work of local individuals and organizations that have significantly impacted the cultural life of Westchester. The annual Arts Award luncheon, this year at the Brae Burn Country Club on June 30, applauds these honorees, bringing together artists, government officials and business leaders – all to celebrate the arts. This month, read about several of the 2020 Arts Award honorees.