Hard Comedy For Difficult Times
An evening with Mikhail Horowitz & Gilles Malkine
Saturday, September 23 / 7pm $10
Saturday October 21
A monthly Tango Event hosted by Ilene Marder & Evelyn Meier. The cost of the Milonga is $15. Includes one hour Tango Essentials Class, plus Milonga, and refreshments.
7 -8 p.m. Beginners Class
8- 12 am. Milonga Party
The Hambones: Bob Dylan Retrospective
Formed 6 years ago, the band evolves and refines a truly unique musical palette. They will celebrate Nobel Prize recipient, Bob Dylan.
Friday, Oct 13, 2017
Mondays, 6–9 p.m.
Never sit out a dance again! Also known as the lindy, lindy hop, jitterbug and east coast swing, swing dance is the most fun and versatile form of dance done to everything from big band music to rock and roll. Learn turns, dips, and more from two of the Hudson Valley's most popular swing dance teachers Linda and Chester Freeman of Got2Lindy Dance Studios. Each four-week session guides students from beginning steps to more cool combinations. No partner necessary. Visit www.got2lindy.com or email email@example.com for schedule and to register. $85 per person per series.
Beginner Level 1: 6-7pm
Intermediate Level 2: 7-8pm
Advanced Level 3: 8-9pm
Sun, October 22, 3pm – 4pm
Chain On Music is a whirlwind tour of Jewish Music from Klesmer to the Yiddish theatre and Broadway
Wednesday, October 11, 3:30pm - 5pm
INVITES YOU TO A FREE DEMO FOR GAMBLIN:
Gamblin will provide class with FREE Gamblin Product & Literature Samples
Presented by Glenn Brill
Glenn Brill has lectured throughout the U.S., Europe and Asia. He has taught at San Francisco State University, California College of the Arts, San Francisco Art Institute and University of California, Hayward. Glenn has been involved in art material education for over 20 years where as Director of Education, he has helped to develop and test oil and acrylic paints, brushes, canvas, paper and drawing materials. Recipient of two National Endowment for the Arts Visual Fellowships, author of “Beyond the Brush” and co-author of “The Acrylic Handbook”. His work is in the permanent collections of the Archives of American Art, Brooklyn Museum, San Jose Museum and Phoenix Art Museum. Glenn holds a BFA from California College of Arts & Crafts, an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art and is a Tamarind Master Printer. His work can be seen at www.glennbrill.com
Tuesdays / Sept 5 - Oct 3
A studio class format with instructional demonstrations (as needed) and critiques. All levels welcome
Tor Gudmundsen is a retired art teacher and is currently teaching drawing and painting classes at the Woodstock School of Art
Classes for middle school and high school age students
Bring all your brushes. You will learn the proper use and how to match media, size and shape. What is it you really want to paint?
Thursdays / Sept 7 - 28
4 Two-Hour sessions / $80
Saturdays, October 14 & 28, 3-6pm
Naoko Oshima is a New York artist currently living in the Kingston,NY area. Originally from Kyoto, Japan, she graduated from Tama Art University in Tokyo before moving to NYC in 1992 where she studied at SVA and the Arts Students League of NY. Since leaving NYC for Kingston in 2011, her work has become even more diversified. The natural beauty of the area is so immediate and intense that it is easily reflected in her recent pieces.