7516 N Broadway in Red Hook. (845) 758-6757 firstname.lastname@example.org. Find us on Facebook and visit rhcan.com.www.rhcan.com Red Hook CAN/ Artists Collective Gallery Hours – Friday & Saturday 12-7pm,Sunday 12-4pm (or by chance or appt.)
Dog Dayz Pop-up Arts Fest
August 21-23 at historic St. Margaret’s in Red Hook!
Please join us in opening up this landmark building to artists and performers. All events are admission-free. St. Margaret’s is at 7260 S. Broadway, with parking at the Hardscrabble Mall lot.
Friday Aug. 21, 5-7pm: Opening Reception with music
Enjoy the Boardwalk Bistro food truck, refreshment and musicians on the porch and art exhibits in the house. Bring a chair to picnic on the lawn.
Saturday and Sunday, 11-4: Art, music, and more
Please see our website, www.rhcan.com for a complete schedule.
SE2015 – Sculpture Expo 2015, a public art exhibit, has been designated for a Project Grant from Arts Mid-Hudson, made possible with funds from the Decentralization Program, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.
Nine local and regional artists will exhibit their works from June through November in the Village of Red Hook: Tyler Borchert of Kingston, New York, Mark Wasserbach of Hudson, David Channon from Shandaken, Leon Smith of Ancramdale, Conrad Levenson from Stanfordville, Michael Warren from Annandale-on-Hudson, Eric Camiel of Danbury, Connecticut, Gilbert Boro from Old Lyme, and Binney Meigs from Sheffield, Massachusettes.
Maps will be available at many locations throughout the Village.
The EXPO will open June 20, with guided tours from 3pm and a public reception at 4pm at the Red Hook Community Arts Network Gallery at 7516 N. Broadway.
SE15 will continue into the Fall with events and walking tours. More information and a full schedule of events can be found on the RHCAN website.
The Red Hook Community Arts Network engages the arts community, supports culture and fosters a local identity through creativity. The storefront space serves as headquarters for RHCAN, a grass-roots community arts networking organization, and houses an active gallery and artists’ studios. The RHCAN gallery in the front mounts monthly exhibits (some juried) and they are open to all artists for submission. See the Calls for Art on our website: www.rhcan.com.