Beacon 3d

Beacon 3D

The mission of Beacon 3D is to promote the arts in a public venue for the enjoyment of the community at large as well as to provide established and emerging artists with the opportunity to present their large-scale creations in a 5-month long annual installation.

2019 Lineup!

We are presently installing the 2019 sculptures around Beacon. Most should be installed by June 15th. Signage by FabHaus follows shortly thereafter! Remember – all the sculptures are for sale. In the case of the Beacon Moose, commissions are available with locally sourced Hudson River driftwood! (more info)

Rombout Advanced Art reception

Thursday, June 13
4 – 6pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

Stop by the Howland Public Library on Thursday, June 13th, from 4-6pm for a special closing reception of Advanced Art, an exhibition of student artwork from the 8th Grade Advanced Art class from Rombout Middle School. All are welcome.

The Advanced Art Class meets with their teacher, Mr. Trad, one hour before the regular school day starts. The special course is designed to fulfill the student’s 9th grade art credit. That means that students who complete the class not only earn high school credits, they are also able to take upper level art courses when they get to high school. In this concentrated class, students examine the principles of art, 2D design and compositional elements through the creation of landscapes, still life, portraits, and more. Stop by to see the wonderful art created by these talented teens. The exhibit includes drawings, paintings, collage and sculptures and will be on view until June 15th.

The Howland Public Library is located at 313 Main Street in Beacon, NY. The Community Room is open during regular library hours. Please note the gallery may not be accessible during some library programs. Please call the library at 845-831-1134 or consult the library calendar at before planning your visit.

DiaTalks: Poseneske Sessions, Diana Mangaser

Friday, June 14
6 – 8pm

3 Beekman Street – Beacon

In conjunction with the exhibition Charlotte Posenenske: Work in Progress, Dia presents a month of open discussions, which take Posenenske’s work as a point of departure. These Beacon-based sessions invite participants to contribute to a sustained conversation about the labor of making and the spaces in which this unfolds. Session leaders include artists Rey Akdogan and Alan Ruiz, sociologist and labor scholar Stephanie Luce, architect Diana Mangaser and educator Steve Seidel.

Each session is free and open to the public. Space is limited; reservations are required. Please visit

Elks Lodge Dance Night

Saturday, June 15

The Beacon Elks Lodge
900 Wolcott Avenue (Rt. 9D).

Get On Down at the Elks Lounge Dance Night. A vibrant mix of R&B, Latin, Soul, Funk, Reggae, Rock, Disco, Blues & more is played by DJs Rhoda and Al. New song selections are added for each monthly dance, always aiming for the music to be moving, exciting and beautiful. Song requests welcome.

The lounge area is roomy, the sound is superb, lighting is low and the ambiance is warm and intimate. These dances are informal and even if you come alone, you can always find a friendly partner on the dance floor. Attire is whatever suits your mood – from blue jeans to dazzling sparkles. All are welcome: Singles, Couples, Friends, Strangers.

Admission is $10; $5 for Elks Members, and includes a variety of delicious complimentary snacks. A full cash bar is available. (more info at Facebook)

Beacon Elks Lodge: 845-831-9746 | Info: Rhoda at 845-765-0667 or



Ikue Mori

Saturday, June 15

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Pioneering electronic musician, Ikue Mori started out as a drummer for the seminal No Wave band DNA with fellow noise trailblazers Arto Lindsay and Tim Wright, creating a new brand of radical rhythms and dissonant sounds forever altering the face of rock music. She has been creating uncanny electronic music via laptop, drum machines and other devices in the subsequent decades. Ms. Mori’s past collaborators include John Zorn, Marc Ribot, Evan Parker, Bill Laswell, Sylvie Courvoisier, Craig Taborn and Jim Black, among may others. Advance tickets: $20; at the door, $25. Please note: advance ticket sale ends on June 15th at 12pm.

Hello, Neighbor – Immersive Art Experience

Ongoing through the weekends of June 1-23.

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing – Garrison

For the month of June 2019, expect to see Garrison Art Center like you’ve never seen it before! Invited artists, as well as selected participants from a juried open call, all initiated by the Art Center will transform the two galleries into an immersive & interactive art experience for visitors of ages five and up. The ticketed show will run weekends June 1-23. Tickets are $20 Adults, $5 age 5-17. Get sneak peeks on Instagram at #HelloNeighborGAC

Visitors will look into and journey through various environments, peeking into the worlds of other humans and creatures. Artwork by over thirty artists including video, sculpture, painting, textiles, light projections, dioramas, and gadgetry will fill proposed environments as diverse as a cabinet of curiosity, a maximalist’s boudoir, a kitchen transformed, elements of nature made from unexpected materials, a black light environment, and more.Art will be exhibited in these environments in a non-traditional setting, offering visitors a unique way to experience the work. Proceeds from the project support Garrison Art Center’s exhibition series.  (more info)