Summer has arrived! Join BeaconArts and Compass Arts and Director Gina Samardge at their new location right smack dab in the middle of Main Street. Enter from the parking lot off of Henry Street. There will be information shared, project updates and the usual general mayhem. You never know who will be stopping by.
Also be sure to review previous meetings’ minutes and MFU’s here: 2015 and here: 2016(more…)
Isabel Lewis’s work takes the form of social occasions that mark their own space between the formats of the exhibition and the theater. Occurrences will be hosted outdoors from 12-5pm on Saturdays and Sundays at Long Dock Park, located in Beacon, New York and adjacent to Dia:Beacon.
Occurrences in Beacon take place:
Saturday and Sunday, June 25 & 26
Saturday and Sunday, July 2 & 3
Saturday and Sunday, July 9 & 10
Saturday and Sunday, July 16 & 17
The site-specific occasions also occur at Dia:Chelsea on Fridays. For more information and reservations, visit www.diaart.org/isabellewis. Reservations will be accepted starting May 23, 2016.
Honoring artist and film industry professional Margot Kingon
Come to ARTS GO Saturday June 25 for:
FILM – A short film about this year’s featured artist Margot Kingon
FOOD – Homespun
MUSIC – Provided by Metal and other DJ’s TBA
ART – The works of Margot Kingon
COMMUNITY – You!
ARTS GO is a fundraiser to support the Beacon Independent Film Festival. Please join us on Saturday, June 25 at 7pm for an evening of film, visual art, music, food, drink and maybe a little dancing as we draw inspiration from local artisans and friends while preparing for the upcoming festival.
BIFF prides itself on working for and coming from the Hudson Valley community. Today, we ask our community to come out and support the festival that has brought another amazing venue for arts and culture to Beacon. It will also be a pretty fun time.
Admission: $18 in advance, $20 on the day of the event and at the door
The Beacon Historical Society invites artists to create original artwork on a wooden hat cutout to help celebrate Beacon’s history, raise awareness, and provide funding to help secure a new home for the Historical Society. These hat cutouts will be on display at Beacon Bath & Bubble during October and again for the month of November at the Howland Cultural Center.