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Photographers of Northern Westchester 2017 starting May 7; Also Marcy B. Freedman at CFL April 30

April 29, 2017
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At the Unitarian Universalist Congregation of the Hudson Valley, 2021 Albany Post Rd (Rt 9a), at the north end of Croton-on-Hudson, NY, just north of the Montrose/Buchanan exit from Rt 9 (directions).

Join us for the Reception on Sunday, May 7, from 2 to 5 pm, with music by the madrigal group 1601 from 4 to 5 pm.  If you can’t make the reception, you can also see the exhibit each day from Monday, May 8 through Friday, May 12, from 6:30 to 8:30 pm.

NB – Photographers interested in exhibiting: the exhibitions is open to all members of the Croton Council on the Arts, who may show one or two photos for one $10 hanging fee.  Early drop-off (and late pick-up) can be arranged for those who can’t make the drop-off (May 6, 1-5 pm) or pick-up (May 13, 1-4 pm).  Click for full details and information on joining CCoA or renewing your membership.


Other Arts News:

Sunday, April 30, at 2 pm at the Croton Free Library, 171 Cleveland Drive, NY 10520:

WOMEN RISING, Scars and All:  During the past year, under the auspices of Lana Yu’s “What Matters Project“, Marcy B. Freedman led a series of discussion sessions with women aged 55 to 95 years of age, in order to explore the “pros and cons of aging … from the female perspective.”  Marcy has created a spoken-word performance to honor the spirit of these amazing older women, “who have managed to survive and thrive in our youth-obsessed culture.”  The musicians of Skin Against Metal, Nanette Garcia and Maurice Minichino, will provide an ambient soundscape as well as musical interludes.


Call for Artists:  The Arc of Westchester has sent out a call for artists in all mediums for an exhibit in its gallery265, at the Gleeson-Israel Gateway Center, 265 Saw Mill River Road, Hawthorne, NY 10532. on June 1 entitled “Going Green!,” the slogan of which is “Expand creativity while being kind to the environment.”   The artwork must be created using recycled materials. The Arc of Westchester is “the largest agency in Westchester County supporting children, teens, and adults with intellectual and developmental disabilities, including individuals on the autism spectrum, and their families.” For more information and entry form, click here.

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