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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.

Join our Facebook Group at Art Along the Hudson Guide.

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…

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Our Brochure

2015 is the twelfth year for Art Along the Hudson.

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Download this full color brochure, print and take with you!

Congratulations to Art Along the Hudson for receiving the CTM’s 2015 Regional Best Brochure Award.

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: info@artalongthehudson.com
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AAH-CTM award

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A very special thank you to Linda T. Hubbard who championed Art Along the Hudson for 10-years. She, literally, helped put the Hudson Valley on the map. Check out: http://matadornetwork.com/trips/10-most-artistic-towns-in-the-us/.

THE 10 MOST ARTISTIC TOWNS IN AMERICA

We are #5 – although not a specific town, our region is nationally recognized!

The towns on this list have stood out on the American landscape for decades, and continue to reinvent their artistic communities each year. These are places where old army bases are converted into galleries, abandoned strips malls into studios, and boarded-up homes into art residencies. In each place, inspiration is easily available, and a laid-back lifestyle gives you time to act on it.

We picked these as the most artistic towns in the US based on the following criteria:

  • The scene is still relatively small (No New York or Los Angeles).
  • Emerging artists have access to a great quality of life at a low cost.
  • There is a strong community of visual artists, musicians, and filmmakers.
Art Along the Hudson Team

Art Along the Hudson Team

 

Art Along the Hudson Kickoff 2015 – Newburgh

Kickoff, Newburgh

Kickoff, Newburgh

 

 

Thanks also go to Emily Flynn Design who designed the original brochure, website, ads and the Art Along the
Hudson logo. We also thank Rose Unes for designing the award-winning 2015 brochure.

Featured image: Fall Leaves by Mary Ann Glass.

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