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Inaugural Kingston Annual 2020 Exhibition Goes Forward Despite COVID

Inaugural Kingston Annual 2020 Exhibition Goes Forward Despite COVID

There's Still Time! Submission Deadline Extended to July 31
The vibrant Hudson Valley arts scene has refused to be cowed by COVID-19, and in fact new initiatives have been launched throughout the pandemic from virtual exhibitions to outdoor art displays.

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On the Cover: Pauline Decarmo | July 2020

Artist Pauline Decarmo discusses her art and what inspires it.

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6 Actual and Virtual Galleries to Check Out in July

Virtual and physical art shows to see in July 2020

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Parting Shot: "The Ripple Effect" at ArtPort Kingston | July 2020

The cavernous ArtPort exhibition space on Kingston’s waterfront capitalizes on its spacious digs to offer two art exhibitions you can visit in person.

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Public Art in the Age of Plague

From Leonia, NJ Up to North Bennington, VT and all through the Hudson Valley, Outdoor Exhibits to Feed Your Art-Hungry Soul
In lieu of going to art galleries and exhibits this summer, to keep your art appreciation socially distant, sculptor Dave Channon rounds up public art on display from New Jersey through the Hudson Valley and even up into Vermont.

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Witness to History: Rhinebeck Neighbors During COVID19

Amy Wu, Award-Winning Journalist and Filmmaker, Documents Her Neighbors During the Pandemic
Award-winning journalist and filmmaker and Rhinebeck resident Amy Wu has been interviewing one neighbor a day during the pandemic and taking their portraits, for a series in collaboration with the Starr Library called "Witness to History."

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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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On the Cover: A Portrait of Swedish Painter Hilma af Klint | June 2020

Klint's Tree of Knowledge Series on Display at Lightforms Art Center in Hudson Until 8/9
The cover of the June 2020 issue of Chronogram features Hudson Valley artist Helena Zay's portrait of Swedish abstract painter and mystic Hilma af Klint's (1862-1944), who has work on display at Lightforms Art Center until August 9.

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Six Virtual Exhibits To Check Out This June

A gallery of virtual and actual shows this month.

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Parting Shot: Alicia Decker | June 2020

Alicia Decker’s storytelling cloth is part of the “Margins” exhibition at Barrett Art Center.

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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 Online Events to Enjoy

There’s plenty to occupy your time with on the internet—and much of it’s being generated by local Hudson Valley arts facilities

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On the Cover | May 2020 | Little COVID Prince by Chris Buzelli

Taking a deeper look into the art of Chris Buzelli.

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From Virtual Shows to Outdoor Art, Here are 6 Exhibits to Check out this May

A gallery of virtual and outdoor exhibits to scout out around the Hudson Valley this month.

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The World is Still Beautiful: Carolyn Marks Blackwood

A photo by Carolyn Marks Blackwood.

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On the Cover: Portraits of the Pandemia by David McIntyre | April 2020

The April 2020 cover of Chronogram features photographs from David McIntyre as he documents the beginnings of coronavirus outbreak in Hudson, NY.

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Lecture by Ashley Simone: "Value and the Metaphor of Phenomenology in the Representation of Built Form​" @

Lecture by Ashley Simone: "Value and the Metaphor of Phenomenology in the Representation of Built Form​"

Wed., July 15, 11 a.m.-2 p.m. — Ashley Simone​ is a New York City-based editor, writer, photographer, and educator....
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ASHLEY GARRETT: Aegis

June 26-Aug. 16, 12-5 p.m. and Fridays-Sundays, 12-5 p.m. Continues through Aug. 16 — SEPTEMBER presents 'Aegis,' Ashley Garrett’s first solo exhibition with the gallery. After...

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