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Five Online Hudson Valley Arts Activities

For your consideration, here’s our current roundup of artistic happenings.

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Five New Online Hudson Valley Happenings

Music, theater, classes—and Opus 40 is open for socially distant visits.

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Five Hudson Valley Happenings This Week (Online and Offline)

Stay safe and have fun as you enjoy these selected activities.

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Bearsville Entertainment Complex Revived by New Owner Lizzie Van

Since purchasing the Bearsville Theatre property last August, entrepreneur Lizzie Van has undertaken major renovations to the complex to improve the venue’s acoustics and bring the entire complex, which includes two restaurants and the Radio Woodstock building, back to life.

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Events in the Hudson Valley This Week

Visual art, a prize-winning author, performance, and live music.

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5 Events in the Hudson Valley This Week

Black History Month events, plus film, live music, theater, and more.

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"Ella the Ungovernable" At Valatie Community Theatre

A New Play on Ella Fitzgerald's Tumultuous Youth Comes to Columbia County
Valatie Community Theatre stages a new play on Ella Fitzgerald’s tumultuous youth.

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Five Hot Holiday Happenings in the Hudson Valley

Between swigs of eggnog, try to make it out to one of these sure-fire seasonal events.

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Five Fine Events in the Hudson Valley

In this week’s roundup of Hudson Valley happenings, the seasonal theme continues, augmented by a solemn-but-triumphant commemorative event at Bard College.

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November Activities in the Hudson Valley

ZZ Top on the big screen, photographer Elliott Landy, the return of Farm & Flea, and more. Stuff your Thanksgiving-month schedule with these savory events.

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Doug Motel Reveals Multifaceted Talent in "Shiva Arms" at Denizen Theatre

In his one-man show “Shiva Arms,” actor/writer Doug Motel pirouettes through 11 roles and a sine graph of grief and hilarity.

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When Time Disappears: "JAMOT" A Whimsical Musical at Bridge Street Theatre

With a goose for mayor and a wily Rhymester, the whimsical new musical “JAMOT” playfully explores the nature of time.

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Five Fall Festivities in the Hudson Valley

On the ticket in the coming weeks: modern dance, locally made artisan gifts, surreal puppetry, fine jazz, and one of the area’s longest-running food festivals.

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"Underground Railroad Game" at Bard's Fisher Center

Whiplash comedy “Underground Railroad Game” tackles the intersections of slavery, race, and sexism and encourages

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A Marriage of Minds: Pollock and Krasner's Relationship Explored at PS21

At PS21 this October, “Pollock” sheds light on the marriage of artists Jackson Pollock and Lee Krasner—exploring her art and her life as it relates to her husband's fame

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Drawing with the Masters

Wednesdays. Continues through July 15 — Self-isolating at home? It’s the perfect time to work on your drawing...
Natural Worlds @ Carrie Haddad Gallery

Natural Worlds

Mondays, Wednesdays-Sundays, 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Continues through July 26 — Carrie Haddad Gallery is pleased to present ‘Natural Worlds’, a group exhibit...

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