Sunday will be a fine day for a trip out to the beautiful Ashokan Center for the opening of “Spring”, exhibiting the work of local artists students of the Woodstock School of Art.
“Spring” Exhibit at the Ashokan Center, Opening Reception Sunday, March 23rd 2 – 4 pm
Curated by the Center’s Director of Programs, Martin Bernstein, the show features work by the following WSA students: Gertrude Abramson, Diane Christi, Carey Conaway, Renee Englander, Madeline Friedman, Wilda Gallagher, Judith Gerard, Astrid Gilmore, Doris Goldberg, Hilary Hostetler, Mary Katz, Leah Brown Klein, Linda Lynton, Alan McKnight, Maeve Maurer, Michelle Moran, Pamela Murnan, Sandra Nystrom, India Sachi, Clara Steinzor, Llyn Towner, Robert Wagner and Tonia Papke Waterbury. The exhibit will remain up until shortly after the Summer Solstice, June 22.
The Ashokan Center is located at 477 Beaverkill Road, in Olivebridge. Driving directions may be found on their website: http://ashokancenter.org/
Located in Olivebridge, New York on 374-acres of Catskill forests, streams and farmland, Ashokan Center is a special blend of geologic, natural and human history. Our mission is to teach, inspire and build community through shared experiences in nature, history, and the arts.
The Ashokan Center’s unique educational approach – hands-on and place-based – is designed to foster inquiry, curiosity, and a love of life-long learning in people of all ages. In addition to producing and hosting performances, camps and other events for the community, we lead residential and day programs for K-12 school students and teachers, colleges and universities, retreat groups, corporations, and not-for-profits. Our trained staff takes full advantage of Ashokan’s unparalleled natural setting to teach science, history, writing, team-building, music, dancing and graphic arts.
The rustic elegance of our new campus along with the natural beauty of Ashokan’s forests, fields and streams help to create an unforgettable experience for visitors of all ages.
“Spring” is on the way!