Sunday, May 5 through Tuesday, May 5, 2020
All Day

3 Beekman Street, Beacon

A pioneer of the Mono-ha movement in Japan, Lee Ufan developed a sculptural practice in the 1960s that explored the tension between natural and man-made materials and the dialogue between object and space. In 1972 he changed the titles of the works that he had made up to that point to Relatum, referring to a concept in Heideggerian philosophy, which conveyed the artist’s interest in contingent circumstances. Read more...

The exhibition at Dia:Beacon, resulting from close collaboration with the artist, will showcase Dia’s 2017 acquisition of three sculptural works by Lee – Relatum (formerly System, 1969), Relatum (formerly Language, 1971), and Relatum (1974)—alongside several important loans.

Lee Ufan, Relatum (Iron Field), 1969/1994/2008, installation view, Art Basel Unlimited 2018. © Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York / ADAGP, Paris. Photo Dawn Blackman, courtesy Pace Gallery

Gallery displays rotate regularly. For more information, visit 

Saturday, August 31 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
All Day

Saunders Farm
853 Old Albany Post Road, Garrison

Experimental art is encouraged. The result of combining art with animals, however, is hard to predict. It never creates repetition, only surprises and discoveries of how the two interact with each other. The cows have been great critics of the sculptures each year, having favorites and some that they serenade. On View through October 27 | Free to the Public

Saturday, September 14 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
5:00pm - 8:00pm

No. 3 Reading Room & Photo Book Works
469 Main Street, Beacon

On view in the Reading Room are 18 works on paper selected from the larger body of work by Mariam Aziza Stephan. Small, intimate 6 x 18” drawings; India ink on paper, but paper that has been cut open and reassembled with additions and deletions, like the sacrifice zones they represent. Each poem by Julia Johnson is numbered to accompany its corresponding image. Of her project, the artist Mariam Aziza Stephan states: “This work is about loss. The drawings serve as mediations and records of both places and states that either no longer exist or are in the process of disappearing. These constructed landscapes piece together fragmented scenes of conflict, abandonment and disarray and attempt to link ecological and psychological upheaval.” Also on display and available for reading are books that have informed or relate to the artist’s and poet’s work. Novels, photobooks, poetry and essays on the notion of place and displacement are featured. Ongoing through October 27th.

Saturday, September 21 through Sunday, November 10, 2019
5:00pm - 7:00pm

Garrison Art Center
23 Garrison’s Landing, Garrison

Garrison Art Center is delighted to announce, Method for Proceeding, a solo sculpture installation by Henry Klimowicz. This will be Klimowicz’s first time showing in the Riverside Galleries of Garrison Art Center, and as our 2019 Visiting Artist, he will be filling both galleries with work, as well as conducting a hands-on workshop for children and adults on November 2. The exhibition will be on view from September 21 through November 10 with an opening reception on Saturday, September 21, from 5-7pm.

Thursday, September 26 through Monday, December 30, 2019
All Day

Wilensky Gallery
173 10th Avenue
New York, New York 10011

If art is an expression of beauty, then the exquisite minerals at the Wilensky gallery are the highest form of aesthetic that nature has to offer. This fall, set in their Chelsea gallery, Wilensky will exhibit the greatest collection of emerald mineral specimens ever assembled. This breathtaking exhibition will embrace the undeniable transformative power that emeralds hold on the human imagination. Read more...

This exhibition is focused on natural emeralds, as found and preserved in specimen and crystal form. By bringing together many of the world’s finest known examples of natural emerald specimens, we can better understand all emerald specimens. Important emerald stones and jewelry can be found in every gem collection around the world.

The significance of having half of the world’s finest known emerald specimens all in one place cannot be overstated. This has never happened in the history of mineral collecting. Wilensky invites the viewer to experience wonder. (more info)

Tuesday, October 1 through Friday, November 1, 2019
All Day

Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main Street, Beacon

It’s here! Time to sign up for: Make Your Own Holiday Ornament at our glassblowing studio on Main Street, Beacon, NY beginning Friday, November 1, 2019. Sessions are $40 and last about 15 minutes. You may also have your ornament engraved for $3.

Sign up online starting October 1 @ 8am. For appointments in November, December, and January.

Friday, October 4 through Sunday, November 10, 2019
All Day

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

7th annual Catalyst Small Works Show (Dec 7, 2019- Jan 12, 2020)
Submit by Nov 10. Max size 16″. Entry fee.
Full guidelines at

Saturday, October 5 through Monday, October 5, 2020
All Day

3 Beekman Street, Beacon

Opens October 5, 2019, ongoing.

Since 1962, Marian Zazeela has worked with her long-time collaborator, La Monte Young, on large-scale installations in sound and light. Though Zazeela’s sculptures and light design have become well known, her works on paper have remained decidedly less so. Dia will present approximately 30 works on paper dating from 1962 to 1990 (with the majority from the 1960s and 1970s), which showcase the range of materials and motifs that stem from the artist’s deep interest in calligraphy and ornamental forms.

Saturday, October 5 through Monday, October 28, 2019
2:30pm - 4:30pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Opening Reception

The Howland Cultural Center, Beacon’s unparalleled arts and entertainment venue, is is pleased to present RE:NATURE…An Environmentally-Conscious Art Exhibit featuring new works in drawing, painting, photography and sculpture that celebrate nature and art. The exhibit features works by four artists: Alexis Siroc, Marjorie Morrow, Gail Tuchman and Naomi Teppich–an eco printer, painter, photographer, and sculptor, respectively–who have been inspired by the unique beauty of nature and the need to preserve and protect Mother Earth. Read more...

The opening reception is on Saturday, October 5th, from 2:30 to 4:30. The public is cordially invited to attend and meet the artists. The exhibit will run from Saturday, October 5th to Monday, October 28th. The Gallery days and hours are: Friday to Monday, 1:00-5:00.

Please note: The Gallery will be closed on Sunday, October 6th for a concert by the Charley Kracey Quintet at 3:00.

For additional information: or 845.831.4988. (more info at Facebook)

Saturday, October 5 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
4:00pm - 8:00pm

Catalyst Gallery
137 Main Street, Beacon

Subverting digital technology to the point of invisibility. Weaving environmental referents through often subtly surreal compositions, while avoiding the distraction of technique.. The gallery will be open Fridays 4-8 pm, Saturdays and Sundays 2-6 pm. Open Second Sat, October 8, 2-9 pm, and by appointment. Through October 27.

Monday, October 7 through Monday, October 21, 2019
4:00pm - 6:00pm

Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street, Beacon

Mondays. For registration please visit  or call 917-349-5477
Open to ages 4 -18. $200 (10 classes)  4 participants per class.

Thursday, October 10 through Sunday, October 20, 2019
All Day

Towne Crier Cafe
379 Main Street, Beacon

Thursday, Oct. 17, 7 p.m.
Yves Lambert Trio
Yves Lambert is a leader in the revival of Quebecois traditional roots music. In 1976 he founded La Bottine Souriante who toured the world and sold half million records. His songwriting and capacity to create unique musical moods have defined him as a leading light in the traditional aesthetic of Quebecois cultural heritage.
Tickets $20 advance, $25 door

Friday, Oct. 18, 8:30 p.m.
Shilelagh Law
Standing-room tickets only – call for availability

Saturday, Oct. 19, 6 p.m.
The Costellos on the Salon Stage – No music cover


Saturday, Oct. 19, 8:30 p.m.
Christopher Brown & The Bookends Band
This band has a story to tell that has captivated area audiences for more than 40 years. No gimmicks, no hype, just a well-seasoned band with four uniquely gifted lead vocalists and a song list full of surprises; including rare gems from the classic era as well as a healthy dose of original music.
Tickets $20 advance, $25 door

Sunday, Oct. 20, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Classical Brunch with Dan Stevens, guitar
No music cover; reservations suggested

Sunday, Oct. 20, 6 p.m.
Lydia Adams Davis on the Salon Stage – No music cover

Sunday, Oct. 20, 7:30 p.m.
Karla Bonoff
With a career spanning four decades, Bonoff has enjoyed critical acclaim, commercial success, enduring popularity and the unwavering respect of her peers. In addition to charting with her own recordings, Bonoff has seen her songs become hits for Bonnie Raitt, Wynonna Judd and Linda Ronstadt. Many of Bonoff’s ballads are classics.
Tickets $35 advance, $40 door

Thursday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m.
Dance Jam
Beacon Dance Beat DJs Rhoda & Al play a wide array of dance music from the 1960s to the present, with emphasis on soul, R&B, funk and all Latin rhythmic styles.
Tickets $10

Thursday, Oct. 24, 7 p.m.
Calling All Writers Open Mic on the Salon Stage
Calling All Poets (CAPS) invites you to a new open mic for authors, poets, lyricists, rappers, storytellers and playwrights. Hosted by Jim Eve & Mike Jurkovic, each participant will have 10 minutes to read & discuss their work in an open and friendly environment. Sign-up begins at 6:30 p.m.
Suggested $3 donation to CAPS, a 501(3)(C) nonprofit organization.

Friday, Oct. 25, 7 p.m.
Robert Hill & Joanne Lediger on the Salon Stage
No music cover

Friday, Oct. 25, 8:30 p.m.
The Mommyheads
Indie-pop group The Mommyheads formed in New York City in 1987, disbanded in 1998 for a decade, and reformed in 2008. Their latest release, “Future You,” made the Top 40 SubModern Albums Chart in September 2019.
Tickets $15 advance, $20 door

Saturday, Oct. 26, 6 p.m.
Marc Berger & Ride on the Salon Stage
No music cover

Saturday, Oct. 26, 8:30 p.m.
Lucy Kaplansky
Lucy Kaplansky is a rare vocal talent—”a truly gifted performer…full of enchanting songs” (NY Times). Blending country, folk and pop styles, Lucy’s iconic voice has been featured in film and on television. She has topped the folk and Americana radio charts and has been featured on shows throughout the world from NPR’s Weekend and Morning Editions to BBC Radio to CBS Sunday Morning.
Tickets $25 advance, $30 door

Sunday, Oct. 27, 11:30 a.m.-2:30 p.m.
Acoustic Brunch with The Edukated Fleas
No music cover; reservations suggested

Sunday, Oct. 27, 5 p.m.
Stop Gun Violence Concert featuring Tom Chapin
Please join us for the 6th Annual No More Silence: Stop Gun Violence Concert. Tom Chapin headlines an amazing array of musicians who are coming together to raise their voices in song and commit votes to ending the epidemic of gun violence that continues to claim American lives every day. All proceeds go to support New Yorkers Against Gun Violence.
Suggested contribution $20 advance, $25 door

Wednesday, Oct. 30, 7 p.m.
Open Mic
Sign up in person, 5-7 p.m.
No cover


Saturday, October 12 through Friday, November 1, 2019
All Day

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

Pay it forward this October at your library with The Great Give Back. Libraries from across the Hudson Valley will be participating in The Great Give Back, a state-wide initiative to provide a day of opportunities for library patrons to participate in meaningful community service experiences. As part of the Great Give Back, the Howland Public Library in Beacon will be holding a book drive for incarcerated people in the Hudson Valley. Drop off new and gently used books to be donated and distributed to those in need through the Mid-Hudson Library System.

The library asks that the books be in good condition and will not be able to accept books with stains, tears, odors, notes, underlining or highlighting. For more details and a full list of acceptable and unacceptable items go to

Saturday, October 12 through Tuesday, November 12, 2019
4:00pm - 6:00pm

12 Monell Pl, Beacon

Please join us for the opening reception of Eustatia, a group exhibition installed in an historic estate along the Hudson River in Beacon, NY. The inaugural event is a fundraiser for Global Art Museum, a new non-profit site created for dialogue between artists and designers around the globe. The works in the exhibition range from sculpture, mixed media, video, and performance. Each of the local artists have a unique way of combining traditional processes with new technology, and they source both materials and inspiration from the Hudson Valley. Global Art Museum is pleased to share these artists’ work for it’s inaugural event. For Inquiry or appointments please email, or call 845-309-9247 Artists in the exhibition include: Yibai Liao, Joseph Ayers, Michael Zelehoski, Emil Alzamora, Matt Kinney.

Saturday, October 12 through Sunday, October 27, 2019
5:00pm - 8:00pm

No. 3 Reading Room & Photo Book Works
469 Main Street, Beacon

No.3 Reading Room & Photo Book Works has reopened for the fall season with the exhibit “Hatched in the Drift,” a collaboration between Mariam Aziza Stephan, drawings; and Julia Johnson, poetry. They will be in Beacon for October’s Second Saturday on the 12th to discuss their project. The Reading Room will be open from 12-8 pm for conversation, and a talk at 5:30. Come meet the artists anytime throughout the day. They will also be presenting their newly published catalogue for this exhibit, which will be available for sale. You can read more about their project at

Saturday, October 12 through Saturday, November 16, 2019
5:00pm - 7:00pm

Howland Public Library
313 Main Street, Beacon

The Howland Public Library is pleased present Vintage, an exhibit from the Beacon Photography Group. An artists’ reception for the photographers will be held on Saturday, October 12th from 5-7 pm. The exhibit will be on view in The Community Room Exhibit Space from October 12th – November 16th, 2019. Read more...

The photo exhibit is a celebration of all things vintage, focusing on such subjects as signs, cars, clothing, toys, household items, architecture and many other sorts of objects. In these images, ten photographers from the Beacon Photography Group will offer their visions of the vintage, providing the viewer with a celebration of the continuation of the old into our current world.

The Beacon Photography Group was founded in 2013. The group began as an online community where photographers can share their work and get feedback and support from their fellow photographers. Since then, the group’s activities have expanded to include face-to-face meet ups, photo walks and exhibitions. The group, now with over 300 members, is open to photographers of all levels from beginner to professional. Local photographers interested in joining the Beacon Photography Group can visit their facebook page,

The Howland Public Library is located at 313 Main Street, Beacon NY 12508. The Community Room Exhibit Space is open during regular library hours. Please note the gallery may not be accessible during some library programs. Please consult the library calendar at

Saturday, October 12 through Tuesday, November 12, 2019
6:00pm - 10:00pm

Maria Lago Studio
502 Main Street, Beacon

Maria lago new paintings/ sculpture
Cartas a mi madre

Saturday, October 12 through Sunday, November 3, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

bau: Beacon Artists Union
506 Main Street, Beacon

“Collapsed Time” is a joint exhibition featuring paintings and drawings by Joel Werring and photographs by Pamela Zaremba, and investigating themes of nostalgia and the subversion and reinterpretation of memory in American home and family life. This exhibition, to be curated by Claudine Maidique and presented at BAU Artist Union, is the second collaboration between Werring and Zaremba. Read more...

In his recent work, Joel Werring continues to explore complexities related to self, family, and legacy. The paintings often center on a solitary figure located within a structural environment that encompasses both the architectural, physical world and that bridges to an emotional, interior space—creating a hybrid reality of past and present. Working from sources such as film, song lyrics, poetry, album covers, and an archive of family photographs, Werring creates visual psychodramas blending personal memory, cultural history, and collective mythology.

Pamela Zaremba’s new photographs further examine the uncanny charge carried by household objects belonging to her parents, grandparents, and great-grandparents. Her “vanitas,” still-life compositions depict narrative scenes created by decades of compulsive hoarding and accumulated possessions, from wedding cake toppers to gas masks. Zaremba’s photographs explore how her family’s reluctance to let go of certain objects both extols these objects’ sentimentality and ensures the inevitability of their irrelevance over time. Zaremba transposes these past references onto a post-modern timeline, challenging the original use and intent of the objects and creating the foundation for new memories.

Joel Werring received his MFA from the Yale School of Art. He received a Guggenheim Fellowship in Painting in 2003. He has exhibited his work in solo and group exhibitions nationally, and is currently an Associate Professor in the Fine Arts Department at the Fashion Institute of Technology.

Pamela Zaremba received her BS from Babson College. She pursued her career photography at the International Center of Photography, New York City.  She worked in editorial and commercial photography before focusing solely on Fine Art. She currently works and lives in Westport, Connecticut.

Curator Claudine Maidique received her BS in Textiles and Design from Cornell University. She has curated solo and group shows throughout Miami Art Basel, New York City Frieze Week, Yonkers Arts Weekend, and in private galleries. She is an interior designer and art consultant in Westport, Connecticut.

The joint exhibition opens at the BAU Artist Union at 506 Main Street, Beacon, NY 12508. Opening reception will be Saturday, October 12, from 6 to 9 pm, and the exhibition runs from October 12 to November 3. Gallery hours are Saturdays and Sundays 12-6 pm. For more information contact Claudine Maidique at

Saturday, October 12 through Friday, November 1, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

Clutter Gallery
163 Main Street, Beacon

Clutter Gallery is proud to present a Spooky Spectacular just in time for Halloween!

Monsters & Mayhem! Featuring: American Gross, Bearsbymagy, Big C, Bleeding Edges, BrainButterCreative, Brent Nolasco, Coven of Cuteness, Czee13, Deadhand Toys, Figure Fettish, George Gaspar, Ghostfox Toys, Grumble Toy, James Wrona, Jeff D’Ottavio, Jyelloween, kEda, Kelly Killagain, Kyle Kirwan, Magitarius, Mark Nagata, Michael Skattum, Mike Strick, Miznawada, Motley Miscreations, Mus Musculus, Naomi Knaff, Nick Nightmare, Nightly Made, Obscure, Peppa Potter, Slime Archetype, SSS Dolls, The Art of Moses Jaen, Tokyo Jesus, Uhhsure Monsters, Wetworks, Wonder Goblin, AND MORE!

My Heart’s Still Beating​: Katie Gamb is an illustrator living and painting in a small, cozy corner of Milwaukee, Wisconsin.

We are made of Stardust: Erica Borghstijn Solo Show.

Saturday, October 12 through Sunday, November 3, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

RiverWinds Gallery
172 Main Street, Beacon

RiverWinds Gallery at 172 Main Street, Beacon, NY is presenting “Stellar: Art by Canace.” Science and nature meet with cosmic imagination in this debut collection of works by Canace. Pristine planets with names such as Fantasy, Rhapsody and Symphony are only a few of these mystical orbs and what lies beyond them in your imagination. The Artist Opening is October 12, from 6-9 pm. The show runs through November 3, 2019. Read more...

Canace’s textural paintings and collage span a wide range of style and subject material, from abstract to fantasy. An eclectic collection of mixed media work created with a wide array of mediums, Canace’s art has been on display in the MAD Museum in the United Kingdom, published in both books and magazines, collected worldwide and has been featured in galleries both in group and solo exhibitions. She is currently living in the Mid-Hudson Valley of New York.

Saturday, October 12 through Sunday, November 3, 2019
6:00pm - 9:00pm

bau: Beacon Artists Union
506 Main Street, Beacon

“The story you withhold, becomes a centerfold. Waves of women, rippling revolution.” Art Show & Poetry about surviving domestic violence and the journey into healing by Meghan Spiro.


Saturday, October 12 through Sunday, November 3, 2019
7:00pm - 9:00pm

Oak Vino Wine Bar
389 Main Street, Beacon

“What I Saw” is an exhibit showcasing the street photography of Randy Calderone from the past decade. Photographs included in the show feature locations from the Hudson Valley, as well as from around the country and beyond. The show will run until the beginning of November.

Saturday, October 19 through Tuesday, October 29, 2019
All Day

The Lofts @ Beacon
18 Front Street, Beacon

Opening Reception October 19, 4 – 7pm

My most recent works of art in this exhibition focus on a change in palette and direction, with a simpler, more angular hard-edge approach. Subject matter is based on literature by Kurt Vonnegut Jr., with artistic influences of Dadaists, particularly Man Ray and Marcel Duchamp. Ongoing through October 29.

Saturday, October 19 through Sunday, October 20, 2019
11:00am - 6:00pm

3 Beekman Street, Beacon Gallery Hours 11 – 6

Free admission on Saturdays and Sundays for City of Beacon residents (including the adjacent Hudson Valley communities of Chelsea, Fishkill, and Glenham). (Photo: Bill Jacobson)

Sunday, October 20
9:00am - 4:00pm

The 9th Annual Car show will take place on Main Street in Beacon Sunday, October 20th from 9am – 4pm. Presented by the Dutchess Cruisers and the Beacon Chamber with headline sponsor Healey Brothers Automotive Superstore.

Live bands, trophies, giveaways, food, raffles, DJ and vendors. This is a great event for the whole family to enjoy.  $15 per vehicle. Additional information:

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