ollow the art trail along the river as we celebrate the 400 plus years of Art. Saugerties and Cold Spring celebrate First Fridays. Kingston celebrates First Saturday, Beacon Second Saturday, Poughkeepsie Third Saturday – Queen City Saturday, Rhinebeck/Red Hook Third Weekends, with Hyde Park, Garrison, Greater New Paltz, Newburgh, Peekskill and Tivoli having celebrations throughout the month. Be sure to check the Studio Tours page.
Getting to us is easy – take Metro North.
Where there isn’t a direction station, there are bus links: Rhinebeck is the DC Loop bus, New Paltz is the Poughkeepsie/Ulster Link Bus and Newburgh, Leprechaun Bus Line. You can also head north and rent a car…it’s a great ride…
More information about Art Along the Hudson can also be found in the Hudson River Museum and Gallery Guide.
Listen for Art Along the Hudson on the radio!
2015 is the twelfth year for Art Along the Hudson.
Download this full color brochure, print and take with you!
An eye-catching, four-color Art Along the Hudson Brochure lists the participating venues in each city, and is widely distributed to tourism sites throughout the Hudson Valley and beyond. The three New York Thruway locations – Sloatsburg, Plattekill and New Baltimore – Information Centers also distribute the Art Along the Hudson Brochures. To request a printed copy of the new brochure: email@example.com
Thanks also go to Emily Flynn Design who designed the brochure, website, ads and the Art Along the
A very special thank you to Linda T. Hubbard who is the champion of Art Along the Hudson. Please visit her gallery www.RiverWindsGallery.com.
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