ArtScene is hosted by Chronogram editor Brian K. Mahoney and produced by independent filmmaker Stephen Blauweiss. The second episode of our new Web TV series, featuring: Multimedia artist Wayne Montecalvo and his corrugated cardboard constructions. The book-based art of Werner… Read More ›
Film by Stephen Blauweiss. Produced by ArtistFilmDocs. The inaugural episode of our new Web TV series, featuring: Carolyn Marks Blackwood photographs nature within a several mile radius of her house, perched on a cliff above the Hudson River facing the… Read More ›
Woodstock Community Annual Thanksgiving Day Dinner at Overlook Methodist Church Cancelled Due to the Storm.
Due to the storm, we are not able to use the Overlook Methodist Church for our annual dinner. We will be preparing to go meals for anyone who would like to stop by our office at 16 Rock City Road… Read More ›
“The Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, known for daring installations that can stretch as long as a football field, will announce on Monday a group of long-term projects with some of the country’s most prominent living artists, including Laurie Anderson,… Read More ›
Jack Heart of Fort Lee, New Jersey, left, waits to be given a piece of bread and butter outside of Bread Alone in Woodstock Friday afternoon. Serving him is Liz Manashil, writer and director of the movie “Bread and Butter”… Read More ›
This auction will also feature an Ocala, Florida estate collection of more than 60 prints by revered American and European artists. The grouping includes five fresh-to-the-market lithographs by American realist George Wesley Bellows (1882-1925), who was described by the Columbus… Read More ›
September 18, 2014. Neil Trager begins work as the new Executive Director/Curator at the Woodstock Artists Association & Museum. Welcome!
MoMA and MoMA PS1 to release an album that pays tribute to John Cage’s 4’33’.
Frick announces a new book series on collecting in America with the publication of its first volume. Related articles New visitor center makes the Frick more welcoming