I'm in Denver through the 17th, so I'll miss this week's openings back in Beacon.
Patrick Winfield is back at Open Space with his polaroid montages, alongside the work of Denver photographer Kelley Shroads. The reception is happening from 6-9pm. The show runs to Nov 2.
Zahra's Studio has gone all faerie on us with paintings by Janîce M. Leotti. The reception is happening from 6-10pm. There will be a reading by Roland Capalbo and music by The Gentling.
Go North is opening a reception for a two person exhibit featuring Kirsten Nash and Jim Zellinger. The reception is happening from 6-9pm.
Floor One Gallery will be holding an interactive, participatory event called Recognize from 7-10pm. This event will be linked live online to another event hosted by the Studio (R) Evolution Art Studio at the Gear Factory in Syracuse.
For those of you who are fans of anaba, Martin Bromirski has an exhibit called Circus on Mars, opening this week in Hudson, at the John Davis Gallery. At least that's what he claims. Bloggers have been known to make things up. I've been suckered by anaba once before. But, then again, I am a bit gullible. The gallery's website doesn't have it listed. If it is happening, there will be an opening reception on Saturday from 6-8pm, and the exhibit will run through Nov 2.
Finally, Collaborative Concepts will be holding a mid run celebration for the Saunders Farm Project on Saturday from 2-6pm (rain date, Oct 12).