4 Sophisticated Wedding Day Looks

Elegant makeup, hair, and accessories to complete your bridal style




Sophisticated Statement

If you have a darker complexion, you definitely want to go with more prominent colors for your eyes and cheeks to make them really stand out. Rosemarie Pomilla of N.Y. Prostyle Bridal recommends you “gravitate toward warm tones and rich browns with a black shadow in the crease, because it really complements the skin tone.” A burnt orange blush and neutral lip is also a good idea, because it’s subtle and natural, without taking away from the eyes. For coarser hair, you should always have a blowout or straighten your hair before styling it, because it smooths the hair and helps create a sleek and polished up-do.

Makeup: Rosemarie Pomilla of N.Y. Prostyle Bridal (914-478-2684; nyprostyle.com)

Hair: Peter Heimgartner of N.Y. Prostyle Bridal

Jewelry: Necklace: Diamond, emerald, and 18K white gold Vergano necklace, $125,000. Available at Landsberg Jewelers (Rye Brook 914-510-8920, White Plains, 914-761-1122; landsbergjewelers.com)

Model: Gisselle Yaw Wilhelmina New York

 

Simply Sweet

Jill K. Imbrogno of JKFlashy explains that “if you have almond-shaped eyes, I would recommend recreating the natural crease to create the illusion of a more proportionate eyelid and brow bone, which is extremely flattering and pops the eye." (See opening spread.) The pearlized shimmer eye shadow she uses accentuates the inner eye and brings out the green undertones in the model’s light brown eyes. If you have fair skin, you should use a pink-based bronzer, which will bring out the natural pink in your skin. “Having an oval face shape means a flattering look in just about any hairstyle,” Diane Cermele of Salon POSH notes. But, if you have a few tones of blonde to your hair, curls or waves go hand-in-hand with the highlights because it gives the hair a more intricate and three-dimensional look. Parting your hair to the side also softens the appearance.

Makeup: Jill K. Imbrogno of JKFlashy (914-630-7970; jkflashy.com)

Hair: Diane Cermele of Salon POSH (914-899-3333; salonposhhair.com)

Jewelry: Bracelet: 18K white gold paisley diamond bracelet, $30,000; earrings: handcrafted 18K white gold and diamond flower drop earrings with 4.09 carats of diamonds, by A.Link for Wilson & Son Jewelers, $15,650. Ring: Forevermark Diamond set in Platinum Martin Flyer Micro-pave solitaire engagement ring, price available upon request. All available at Wilson & Son Jewelers (Scarsdale 914-723-0327, Mount Kisco 914-241-4500; wilsonandsonjewelers.com); headpiece: Austrian and Swarovski crystal comb by Mariell Bridal, $90. Available at Salon POSH.

Model: Haley Higgins, Heffner Management

 

Something Blue

Fawn Monique of Fawn Monique Makeup Artistry divulges a trade secret: For fuller lips, put a touch of illumination on the cupid’s bow or “m” of your lips to really make them pop, as she does here. If you have a medium skin tone, you should go with a warm-colored foundation to enhance your complexion. For eyes that have a smaller upper lid line and smaller crease, it's best to use both highlighting and contouring colors to really bring out the shape of your eye. If you have brown eyes, you can wear any color shadow, but bronze tones create a more subtle and natural look. For eyebrows that are a little short, they can be extended with shadow to complete the shape. You can brush eyeliner through a mascara wand first to create your base. If you have more of a square-shaped face, it’s recommended to use a bronzer right on your cheek and upwards into the contour of your eye, because it balances the shape and creates more definition.

Makeup: Fawn Monique, Fawn Monique Makeup Artistry (570-656-7190; fawnmonique.com)

Hair: Vera Tomaj, Salon O, (203-531-3000; salono.net)

Jewelry: Necklace: 18K white gold  sparkling sapphire-and-diamond necklace by Spark Designs, $44,000; earrings: 18K white gold sparkling sapphire-and-diamond earrings, $5,100; available at Woodrow Jewelers (914-967-0464; woodrowjewelers.com)

Model: Tarale Wulff, Wilhelmina New York

 

Understated Elegance

If you have a warmer, more golden complexion, it’s best to go with a soft, smoky eye, as Valerie Guglielmo of Vis a Vis Artistry does here. You should use warm, golden, and bronze tones to complement your tan complexion. “If you have almond-shaped eyes and want to accentuate their shape," she says, "then put the emphasis on the outer corner and go lighter on the lid.” If you have high cheekbones, the contour will look best if you highlight just right below your eye. And for already naturally full lips, go with a similar color to your lip that embellishes it, giving a clean look without distracting from the rest of your face. For long, thick hair, layers work best, because it cuts down on the heaviness of it and creates more flow and movement, which complements a wavy or loose curl.

Makeup: Valerie Guglielmo of Vis a Vis Artistry (914-320-0944; visavisartistry.com)

Hair: Nuriel Abramov of Numi & Co Salon, and Rosaria Siniscalchi, formerly of Numi & Co Salon (Rye 914-574-6402, Scarsdale 914-921-6864; numihair.com)

Jewelry: Bracelet: Scott Mikolay Crown Collection triple white topaz bracelet, $14,025 and Scott Mikolay Crown Collection white topaz bracelet, $3,950; ring: Scott Mikolay Aragon Collection white gold ring, $5,525; earrings: diamond-and-moonstone earrings, $14,950. All available at Desires by Mikolay (914-238-2223; desiresbymikolay.com).

Model: Natalia Mayo Wilhelmina New York 

 

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February 2016

The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
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Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

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This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
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Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

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In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

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The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
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Telephone: 845-437-5632
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This indoor farmers market offers vegetables, fruit, meat, fish, jams, breads and baked goods (gluten-free, too!), eggs, mushrooms, and specialty items from local growers and producers.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy
15 Mt. Ebo Road South
Brewster, NY  12563
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Sponsor: Hudson Valley Cerebral Palsy
Telephone: 845-878-9078
Contact Name: Clark Cameron-Gonzalez
Website »

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The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
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Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

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The first museum exhibit of artist Andrew Lyght since he moved to Kingston in 2006, the show presents paintings that reflect his experiences gained from living in different cultures.

Cost: $5

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY
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Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

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Why settle for mass-market cards when children can make their own for the same price? Kids can stamp, paint, and create cards for everyone in their class (up to 25 cards). Notes: Weekday...

Cost: $10

Where:
Poughkidsie
50 Springside Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12603
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Telephone: 845-243-3750
Contact Name: Stacey
Website »

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Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
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Telephone: 518-392-4747
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Nine artists display their photographic images. Hours: Mon.-Sat. 11 a.m.-5 p.m.; Sun. 12-5 p.m.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson , NY  12534
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Sponsor: Carrie Haddad Gallery
Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

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Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
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Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

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The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6110
Website »

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Tivoli Artists Gallery kicks off its 2016 season with “Chiaroscuro: Play on Light and Dark,” featuring fellow artists from Arts Mid-Hudson. An opening reception on Sat., Jan. 16 from...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Tivoli Artists Gallery
60 Broadway
Tivoli, NY  12583
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Sponsor: Tivoli Artists Gallery
Telephone: 845-757-2667
Website »

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The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
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Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

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Meet the real-life counterparts of the Downton Abbey characters during these themed tours throughout Mills Mansion. A costumed interpreter explains how servants prepared for a busy weekend of...

Cost: $10, $8 students and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
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Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

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Although it is credited to another architect, historian Robert D. Loversidge, Jr. explores the question of whether or not this famous edifice was actually Cole’s design.

Cost: $9

Where:
Thomas Cole National Historic Site
218 Spring St.
Catskill, NY
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Telephone: 518-943-7465
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Grammy Award-winning opera star — and Mount Vernon resident — Dawn Upshaw headlines a concert that includes works by Mozart, Mendelssohn, and Golijov.

Cost: $30-$97, 17 & under free with paying adult

Where:
Performing Arts Center at Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
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Telephone: 914-682-3707
Website »

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The story of abolitionist Harriet Tubman comes to life on the stage in this show, which relies heavily on the musical traditions of the passengers on the Underground Railroad. Schedule: Sun. 2...

Cost: $20, students & children free

Where:
Palace Theatre
19 Clinton Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-465-3334
Website »

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Students of opera present a series of fully staged scenes that were written between the 17th and 20th centuries. Notes: Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m. Reservations required.

Cost: $0 (FREE); reservations required

Where:
Fisher Center for the Arts at Bard College
60 Manor Ave.
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
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Telephone: 845-758-7900
Website »

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More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

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Combining Irish folklore with some supernatural intrigue, this show centers on a local pub called the Weir and its patrons who are all vying for the attention of the town’s newest resident....

Cost: $20, $10 students

Where:
Ghent Playhouse
6 Town Hall Pl.
Ghent, NY
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Telephone: 518-392-6264
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This show is based on the true story of Cline’s friendship with a fan from Texas. The plot follows the two as they correspond through letters; it includes songs like ”Crazy,”...

Cost: $59-$91

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
1 Broadway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
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Telephone: 914-592-2222
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This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
View map »


Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

More information

The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
View map »


Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

More information

The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
View map »


Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

More information

Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
View map »


Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

More information

Joel Longenecker utilizes the process of applying, frying, scraping, and reapplying paint to parallel the processes of growth, decay, buildup, and erosion in nature. Opening reception:...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
John Davis Gallery
362 1/2 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
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Sponsor: John Davis Gallery
Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
View map »


Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

More information

The story of abolitionist Harriet Tubman comes to life on the stage in this show, which relies heavily on the musical traditions of the passengers on the Underground Railroad. Schedule: Sun. 2...

Cost: $20, students & children free

Where:
Palace Theatre
19 Clinton Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-465-3334
Website »

More information

More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
View map »


Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

More information

This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
View map »


Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

More information

In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

Artist Keltie Ferris’s works are on display, each of which showcases her professional evolution from body prints made from singular black and white impressions to multiple and...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-4035
Website »

More information

The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
View map »


Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

More information

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-437-5632
Website »

More information

Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
View map »


Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

More information

Joel Longenecker utilizes the process of applying, frying, scraping, and reapplying paint to parallel the processes of growth, decay, buildup, and erosion in nature. Opening reception:...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
John Davis Gallery
362 1/2 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Sponsor: John Davis Gallery
Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

Find hand-crafted gifts and all the local produce you need for a romantic Valentine’s Day dinner, including artisan chocolate, handmade jewelry, jams, jellies, fresh fruits, vegetables,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
New York-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital
1980 Crompond Rd.
Cortlandt Manor, NY  10567
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Sponsor: New York-Presbyterian/Hudson Valley Hospital
Telephone: 914-734-3797
Contact Name: Monica Dietrich
Website »

More information

The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6110
Website »

More information

The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
View map »


Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

More information

This exhibition — featuring photography, books, and video — includes the work of 20 artists from Woodstock’s Center for Photography artists-in-residence program that unpack the...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany , NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-3300

More information

More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

Show More...
Show Less...

This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
View map »


Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

More information

The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
View map »


Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

More information

In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

Artist Keltie Ferris’s works are on display, each of which showcases her professional evolution from body prints made from singular black and white impressions to multiple and...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-4035
Website »

More information

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-437-5632
Website »

More information

The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
View map »


Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

More information

Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
View map »


Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

More information

This juried exhibition presents local artists’ interpretations on just about any subject matter under the sun. Local creative minds explore various emotions, forms, and colors without being...

Where:
CCCA Gallery
209 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-671-6213
Website »

More information

Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

The first museum exhibit of artist Andrew Lyght since he moved to Kingston in 2006, the show presents paintings that reflect his experiences gained from living in different cultures.

Cost: $5

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

More information

Joel Longenecker utilizes the process of applying, frying, scraping, and reapplying paint to parallel the processes of growth, decay, buildup, and erosion in nature. Opening reception:...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
John Davis Gallery
362 1/2 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Sponsor: John Davis Gallery
Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6110
Website »

More information

The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
View map »


Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

More information

Enjoy $4.95 wings and drink specials, and free trivia.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Walsh’s Town Tavern
1118 Rte. 311
Patterson, NY  12563
View map »


Telephone: 845-319-6442
Website »

More information

Learn to dance the East Coast Swing and Lindy Hop — no partner necessary — to the live music of the Big Band Sound. Beginner lessons from 7:30-8 p.m., social dancing (with deejay) from...

Cost: $0 (FREE); donations accepted for band

Where:
Vassar College
Aula at Ely Hall
Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie , NY  12604
View map »


Website »

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Sidney Poitier and Tony Curtis play inmates who make a prison break and try to survive — despite the fact that they hate each other and are shackled together.

Cost: $13

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
364 Manville Rd.
Pleasantville, NY
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Telephone: 914-747-5555
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Learn to dance the East Coast Swing and Lindy Hop — no partner necessary. Beginner lessons from 7:30-8 p.m., social dancing (with deejay) from 8-10 p.m. Notes: Parking available close to...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Aula at Ely Hall
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie , NY  12604
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This exhibition — featuring photography, books, and video — includes the work of 20 artists from Woodstock’s Center for Photography artists-in-residence program that unpack the...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany , NY  12222
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Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-3300

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More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
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The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
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Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

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This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
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Telephone: 845-838-1600
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In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
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The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
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Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
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The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
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Telephone: 845-437-5632
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Artist Keltie Ferris’s works are on display, each of which showcases her professional evolution from body prints made from singular black and white impressions to multiple and...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY  12222
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Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-4035
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Joel Longenecker utilizes the process of applying, frying, scraping, and reapplying paint to parallel the processes of growth, decay, buildup, and erosion in nature. Opening reception:...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
John Davis Gallery
362 1/2 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
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Sponsor: John Davis Gallery
Telephone: 518-828-1915
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The first museum exhibit of artist Andrew Lyght since he moved to Kingston in 2006, the show presents paintings that reflect his experiences gained from living in different cultures.

Cost: $5

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY
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Telephone: 845-257-3844
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This juried exhibition presents local artists’ interpretations on just about any subject matter under the sun. Local creative minds explore various emotions, forms, and colors without being...

Where:
CCCA Gallery
209 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
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Telephone: 518-671-6213
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Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
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Telephone: 518-828-1915
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Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
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Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

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The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
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Telephone: 914-251-6110
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The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
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Telephone: 845-889-8851
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This film follows the lives of two great American performing families: The Carters and the Cashes.

Cost: $17

Where:
Jacob Burns Film Center
364 Manville Rd.
Pleasantville, NY
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Telephone: 914-747-5555
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Having sold out twice at Madison Square Garden, this rock band plays tracks from its eighth album, The Rockville LP.

Cost: $29.75-$59.75

Where:
Palace Theatre
19 Clinton Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-465-3334
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This exhibition — featuring photography, books, and video — includes the work of 20 artists from Woodstock’s Center for Photography artists-in-residence program that unpack the...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany , NY  12222
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Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-3300

More information

More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

This show is based on the true story of Cline’s friendship with a fan from Texas. The plot follows the two as they correspond through letters; it includes songs like ”Crazy,”...

Cost: $59-$91

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
1 Broadway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
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Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
View map »


Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

More information

This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
View map »


Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

More information

In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-437-5632
Website »

More information

The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
View map »


Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

More information

Artist Keltie Ferris’s works are on display, each of which showcases her professional evolution from body prints made from singular black and white impressions to multiple and...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-4035
Website »

More information

This juried exhibition presents local artists’ interpretations on just about any subject matter under the sun. Local creative minds explore various emotions, forms, and colors without being...

Where:
CCCA Gallery
209 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-671-6213
Website »

More information

Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
View map »


Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

More information

Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

The first museum exhibit of artist Andrew Lyght since he moved to Kingston in 2006, the show presents paintings that reflect his experiences gained from living in different cultures.

Cost: $5

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

More information

The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6110
Website »

More information

The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
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Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

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Jefferson Valley Mall hosts a fun-filled Valentine’s Day party featuring a photo booth, games, giveaways, light bites, crafts, and more.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Jefferson Valley Mall
650 Lee Blvd.
Yorktown Heights, NY  10598
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Telephone: 914-245-4688
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This performance pays tribute to Billy Strayhorn, Duke Ellington’s longtime collaborator.

Cost: $40

Where:
Fisher Center for the Arts at Bard College
60 Manor Ave.
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
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Telephone: 845-758-7900
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This five-piece tribute group keeps The Band’s sound and spirit alive with authentic renditions of their legendary repertoire, including “Up on Cripple Creek,” “The...

Cost: Admission by donation

Where:
The Falcon
1348 Rte. 9W
Marlboro, NY  12542
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Telephone: 845-236-7970
Website »

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This exhibition — featuring photography, books, and video — includes the work of 20 artists from Woodstock’s Center for Photography artists-in-residence program that unpack the...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany , NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-3300

More information

More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

This show is based on the true story of Cline’s friendship with a fan from Texas. The plot follows the two as they correspond through letters; it includes songs like ”Crazy,”...

Cost: $59-$91

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
1 Broadway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

More information

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This exhibit takes a look back in time at the Valley’s treasured railway that once was a booming source of entertainment and revenue. Hours: Tues.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-5 p.m., Fri. 9 a.m.-1 p.m.,...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
View map »


Telephone: 845-838-1600
Website »

More information

The St. James Camera Club of Goshen displays 50 of its members’ photographs depicting scenes and events of the lower Hudson Valley. Schedule: Feb. 1-29 from Mon.-Thurs. 9 a.m.-8 p.m., Fri....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Albert Wisner Public Library
1 McFarland Dr.
Warwick, NY  10990
View map »


Sponsor: St. James Camera Club of Goshen
Contact Name: Peter Styczek

More information

Located in a charming 1870s schoolhouse, the annual Palisades Indoor Winter Farmers’ Market returns for its eighth season and provides shoppers with everything needed to enjoy seasonal meals....

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Palisades Community Center
675 Oak Tree Rd.
Palisades, NY  10964
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Sponsor: Palisades Community Center
Contact Name: Carol Baxter
Website »

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In 1936, Noel A. Vicentini and George Herlick were sent by the Works Progress Administration to document the Shakers and their way of life. The striking images capture the Shaker culture and helped...

Cost: $0 (FREE)); donations accepted

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

The city that never sleeps — the good, the bad, and the ugly — is captured by artist Claudia Gorman’s lens.

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Locust Grove Estate
Transverse Gallery
2683 South Rd.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12601
View map »


Sponsor: Locust Grove
Telephone: 845-454-4500
Website »

More information

Artist Keltie Ferris’s works are on display, each of which showcases her professional evolution from body prints made from singular black and white impressions to multiple and...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany, NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-4035
Website »

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At the Annual James Campbell Memorial Gem, Mineral, and Fossil Show & Sale, vendors from throughout the Northeast display gems, jewelry, minerals, lapidary equipment, and fossils for sale....

Cost: $5, children 12 and under free; cash only

Where:
New York State Museum
Empire State Plaza
222 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY  12230
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

The Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center owns a vast collection of American paintings, but does not often display them. This month, however, the curtain is lifted off many of the treasured works in a new...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Vassar College
Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
124 Raymond Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-437-5632
Website »

More information

Adults and teens of all skill levels are invited to try their hand at sketching landscapes as a museum staff member answers questions about the land and art techniques. Participants must bring...

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

Anne Lindberg often plays with themes of body and space in her sculptures and drawings, which in turn evokes varied emotional and perceptual responses. Notes: Artist talk on Sat., Feb. 27 at 2...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Omi International Arts Center
1405 Rte. 22
Ghent, NY  12075
View map »


Telephone: 518-392-4747
Website »

More information

This juried exhibition presents local artists’ interpretations on just about any subject matter under the sun. Local creative minds explore various emotions, forms, and colors without being...

Where:
CCCA Gallery
209 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-671-6213
Website »

More information

Dynamic photographers Kahn and Selesnick present their new series entitled Dreams from a Drowning World. Other selections on display include works from eight other artists that examine what it...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
Carrie Haddad Gallery
622 Warren St.
Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-828-1915
Website »

More information

The first museum exhibit of artist Andrew Lyght since he moved to Kingston in 2006, the show presents paintings that reflect his experiences gained from living in different cultures.

Cost: $5

Where:
Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
1 Hawk Dr.
New Paltz, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-257-3844
Website »

More information

The 1960s were undoubtedly a turbulent political time. This exhibit features works from the year 1965 onward that examine the social problems and cultural changes of the era.

Cost: $5, $3 seniors and students, $6 parking

Where:
Neuberger Museum of Art
735 Anderson Hill Rd.
Purchase, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-251-6110
Website »

More information

The year 1914 saw the start of World War I and the beginning of the end of the Gilded Age. This special tour explores how the Millses’ extravagant way of life slowly withered away in the...

Cost: $10, $8 seniors and students, $5 members

Where:
Staatsburgh State Historic Site
7 Mills Mansion Dr.
Staatsburg, NY  12580
View map »


Telephone: 845-889-8851
Website »

More information

Grown-ups drop off their kids for a pajama party, movies, crafts, and pizza while they enjoy a romantic evening — and special discounts — at participating restaurants. Notes:...

Cost: $29 per child; discounts for siblings and members

Where:
Poughkidsie
50 Springside Ave.
Poughkeepsie, NY  12603
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Sponsor: Poughkidsie
Telephone: 845-243-3750
Website »

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Sweep your Valentine off their feet at this pop-up restaurant, featuring Chef Anthony Accomando of Antoine McGuire’s. Enjoy an exquisite, five-course meal, wine tastings, and live jazz....

Cost: $85 (dinner only), $100 (includes wine pairings)

Where:
Union Arts Center
2 Union Ave.
Sparkill, NY  10976
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Telephone: 845-359-0258
Website »

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The sophisticated comedian brings down the house by voicing all those things we think in our heads but never dare to actually say out loud.

Cost: $39.50-$55

Where:
The Egg Center for Performing Arts
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-473-1845
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Celebrating more than 50 years, this group is still led by its founder, Joseph Shabalala.

Cost: $26-$36

Where:
Troy Savings Bank Music Hall
30 Second St.
Troy, NY
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Telephone: 518-273-0038
Website »

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These two slide guitar virtuosi bring audiences to their feet with their energetic performance.

Cost: $29.50

Where:
The Egg Center for Performing Arts
Empire State Plaza
Albany, NY
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Telephone: 518-473-1845
Website »

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The singer-songwriter performs emotion-laden selections from her album Live at the Mauch Chunk Opera House, which snagged the Indie Acoustic Award for multigenre album of the year.

Cost: $25

Where:
Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main St.
Beacon, NY  12508
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Telephone: 845-855-1300
Website »

More information

This exhibition — featuring photography, books, and video — includes the work of 20 artists from Woodstock’s Center for Photography artists-in-residence program that unpack the...

Cost: $0 (FREE)

Where:
University Art Museum at University at Albany
1400 Washington Ave.
Albany , NY  12222
View map »


Sponsor: University Art Museum
Telephone: 518-442-3300

More information

Continuing its inaugural season, New York’s newest orchestra plays Bruch’s folk-inspired Scottish Fantasy and Mahler’s Das Lied von der Erde. Schedule: Sat. 8 p.m., Sun. 3 p.m.

Cost: $25-$35

Where:
Fisher Center for the Arts at Bard College
60 Manor Ave.
Annandale-on-Hudson, NY
View map »


Telephone: 845-758-7900
Website »

More information

More than 50 paintings, all done between 1750 and 1904, along with a bevy of artifacts displays how closely connected early American history and culture is to the Atlantic Ocean. 

Where:
New York State Museum
260 Madison Ave.
Albany, NY
View map »


Telephone: 518-474-5877
Website »

More information

This show is based on the true story of Cline’s friendship with a fan from Texas. The plot follows the two as they correspond through letters; it includes songs like ”Crazy,”...

Cost: $59-$91

Where:
Westchester Broadway Theatre
1 Broadway Plaza
Elmsford, NY
View map »


Telephone: 914-592-2222
Website »

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