A new exhibition of photography by Susan Keiser, ‘Time in Wavering Water Lies’, opening reception Sat May 4, 6-8 pm. Gallery hours Sat and Sun, 1-6 pm and by appt , call 845-204-3844 or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Through May 15.
Click to read this recent article ‘A Sturdy Foundation’ by Alison Rooney, published in The Highland Current this month about Margot Kingon. Her new work is on view at Catalyst through April 28, alongside works by Catherine Welshman and George Mansfield. The exhibition opened April 6.
The true story of a comedian trying to raise a toddler while his country was electing one. John Fugelsang‘s new work in progress was conceived for the 2019 Revolutions Theatre Festival.
Comedian, actor & SiriusXM host John Fugelsang has been murdered on CSI, picketed by Westboro Baptist Church, debated Jerry Falwell & David Duke, got George Harrison to give his last public performance on VH1 and once got Mitt Romney’s advisor to call Mitt an ‘etch-a-sketch’ on CNN.
One night only at Catalyst Gallery. Tues April 30, 7:30 pm.
Free, with suggested $5 donation. Arrive early as SPACE IS LIMITED. RSVP here.
Opening this Saturday April 6! New works by artists Catherine Welshman, Margot Kingon and George Mansfield. Reception Sat April 6, 5-9 pm. Through April 28. Gallery hours Fri-Sat 1-7pm, Sun 12-6pm or contact artists for appt.
Closing reception on Wed March 20, 5-8 pm at Catalyst for Rebecca Pry’s colorful show Desert Qween! Live music by Jenn Powers and Mary Hood. Paintings and mixed media works inspired by Rebecca’s travels to New Mexico and Morocco.
A photography exhibition by JP Pacquing entitled “on the 1s and 2s”, featuring B&W photos of deejays spinning records and cool kids dancing, will take place at Catalyst Gallery March 6-13, with an artist reception on Saturday March 9, 6pm – 9pm.
In Space : Sarah Heitmeyer and Max Seinfeld
Catalyst Gallery 137 Main Street, Beacon NY
Exhibition on Display: February 20 – March 4, 2019
Opening Reception: Friday, February 22, 7-9pm
In Space at Catalyst Gallery in Beacon will be the second of a three part exhibition series by Sarah Heitmeyer and Max Seinfeld. Formal concepts of line, space, and color will act as a catalyst for conversation and collaboration between Sarah and Max. They are testing a model of support for artists outside of academia through regular studio visits and discussions centered around specific themes. Over this six month period, these three shows will reveal an evolution in their work as both artists will approach their individual bodies of work through this shared experience.
Blood Art Archive & CelebrateWomxn845 present CYCLES: an art show exploring relationships with menstruation.
Opening reception Saturday, February 9, 2019, 6:00-9:00PM at Catalyst Gallery, Beacon, NY. The show will be on view through February 18.
For event info and gallery hours, follow @bloodartarchive and @celebratewomxn845 on Facebook and Instagram
Questions? Email email@example.com
Two special events during the exhibition’s run:
Red Tent Gathering, Sunday, February 10 from 7:00-9:00PM, $10 per person. Red Tent is a safe, womxn-only space. It creates a place that honors and celebrates womxn and all are invited to come and share space.
The Vagina Monologues, a benefit performance of Eve Ensler’s play, Saturday Feb 16, 7:30 pm, $12. Click here for more info.
Extended: On view now through Jan 28! I Quit My Job To Draw, paintings, illustrations, mixed media work and prints by Amanda E. Gross.
This weekend: Paint-a-Tile art workshop with Amanda: Select local plants and animals from provided books to paint onto recycled ceramic tiles. Make it realistic or use your imagination! Guided drop-in, all ages, $20 per tile, supplies provided while they last!