Residents can vote on the sale of the old Beacon High School from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. March 4. Polls will be at Beacon High School, Glenham Elementary School, Chelsea Firehouse and the district bus garage. The school district covers the City of Beacon and portions of the towns of Fishkill and Wappinger. Call 845-838-6900 ext. 2017.
Wednesday, February 27, 2008
Saturday, February 23, 2008
The reception runs tonight from 5-8pm.
Thursday, February 14, 2008
Maia Guest, Lynn Hawley, John Plummer
"For anyone who's ever wondered where they begin and their work ends, The Typographer's Dream is a smart comedy in which a typographer, a geographer, and a stenographer obsess over their professions and identities--a story of borders, letters, fonts, and friendships."
Friday, February 15th @ 730
Saturday, February 16th @ 730
TrueNorth Theatre Project@
The Beacon Institute for Rivers and Estuaries
199 Main Street
Suggested donation. No reservations
Tuesday, February 12, 2008
Robert Stevens, faculty from the School of Visual Arts and former Time
Magazine photo editor moderates a discussion contextualizing the journey of the
function of a photograph from news to art. Guests include media and photography
professionals including Danielle Jackson, Cultural projects director at Magnum
photo agency, magazine editors and curators.
Monday, February 11, 2008
The panel discussion, which will be hosted by the exhibition's curator, Sean Nixon, brings together designers from the fields of architecture, print media, furniture, exhibition and industrial design. The members of the panel include the architect Michael McDonough of Michael McDonough Architecture, Woody Pirtle, print and graphic designer and consultant of Woody Pirtle Design, Inc., Fred Spector,
industrial designer of furniture, lighting and tabletop ware representing Frederic Spector Design Studio, Serena Furman, an exhibition designer with Christopher Chadbourne & Associates and the industrial designers, Robert and Granger Moorhead, of Morrehead and Moorhead.
For more information about the Panel Discussion, contact Sean Nixon at email@example.com.
Sunday, February 10, 2008
Erica Hauser has set up shop for one week and one week only to service all of your valentine's day needs with a selection of cookies, cupcakes and lovely art items by a bevy of friends. The temporary shop is in Go North's former space at 469 Main, and will be open 3-6pm, and bit later on VD eve.Jennifer Mackewiecz and Margaret McDuffy at Dan McCormack's exhibit at Go North.
The youngest of the Youngs at Go North.
Above and below: Matt Simone's work at Zahra Studio.Lights out at VanBrunt Gallery. Although you may not see it in this shot through the window, there was a sizeable crowd viewing David Rothenberg's "Why Birds Sing."
It was a night of moving pictures as VanBrunt, Open Space, and Hermitage all had film or video screenings.
Collabortive work by Jon Beacham and Kensee Duffy at Hermitage.
K. Duffy's typed manuscript of Faulkner's "The Sound and the Fury."
Jon Beacham queing up the film for the screening of one of his silent shorts.
Above and below: awaiting the intimate screening at Hermitage. The ever dapper Robert Brush below.
Jeff Caramanga, who will be exhibiting at Go North in March, was out rehearsing for the Hat Parade coming up in May. Todd Spire is prancing about in the rear.
Tuesday, February 05, 2008
First of all, Dia:Beacon will be hosting its Dutchess County Community Free Day on Saturday. Residents of Dutchess County will be able to visit the musum for free by providing proof of residency.
Openings that I'm aware of:
Dan McCormack's photography at Go North 6-9pm
Matt Simone at Zahra's Studio 6-9pm
bCOOP - various artists and music 6-10
Next Step Second Saturday After Party at the Piggy Bank. Brought to all of us by Open Space (which will be closed for the month of Feb), Beacon Art Supply and the Piggy Bank.
VanBrunt Gallery will be holding an opening for an Abstract? group show in the back room.
Hermitage has an opening for "Kulan" a collaborative exhibit by Jon Beacham and K. Duffy.
bau is opening "With a little help from our friends" a group show of members and their friends.
River Winds is opening an exhibit of landscape paintings by Will Kefauver
More detailed information coming soon, if I can get to it.
Monday, February 04, 2008
I left the store and mailed some postcards behind the post office and on my way back I saw that the small group had indeed turned around, and at an increased pace were beatin' feet back to the train station never knowing of all the charms of Main Street's East End.
Perhaps it really is the expectation of a destination and not the love of the journey that drives the soul forward. Just keep in mind that when you finally get there, you may have a long way back to the train.