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CourregesCorning, NY (May 23, 2024) — The Rockwell Museum and Arnot Art Museum are thrilled to collaborate on a captivating exhibition featuring the work of acclaimed artist and photographer William Wegman. The exhibition, titled "Representation & Experimentation: The Photography of William Wegman,” showcases a selection of Wegman's iconic photographs, renowned for their whimsical and thought-provoking depictions of his Weimaraner dogs.

Rehearsal for Truth FestivalHonoring Václav Havel, June 12 23, 2024 in NYC

All events are free to the public

New York, NY – The Rehearsal for Truth International Theater Festival honoring Václav Havel, announces programming for this year’s fest. Entitled Dark Dreams, the festival runs June 12 – 23, 2024 at the Bohemian National Hall, located at 321 East 73rd Street in New York City.

The Legendary Ingramettes (credit - Edwin Remsberg)“The First Family of Gospel” to perform on June 14

Performance is part of Queens Rising, a month-long celebration of the borough’s cultural institutions and creative diversity

Flushing, NY —On Friday, June 14, Flushing Town Hall will present The Legendary Ingramettes in an early Juneteenth celebration that offers glorious harmonies and roof-raising gospel vocals, backed by a house-shaking rhythm section.

Wet Ink EnsembleWorks by Carolyn Chen and Sam Pluta, Plus a World Premiere by Eric Wubbels

New York, NY (May 21, 2024) — New York City-based new music collective, Wet Ink Ensemble, concludes its 25th anniversary season with a spring chamber music concert featuring works by composers Carolyn Chen, Eric Wubbels, and Sam Pluta, alongside a duo performance by Peter Evans and Sam Pluta on Tuesday, June 4, 2024 at 8:00 p.m. at St. Peter’s Chelsea.

Brooklyn Pride TwirlFree, all-ages dance party at Pier 3 at Brooklyn Bridge Park

May 22, 2024 (Brooklyn, NY) Brooklyn Bridge Park Conservancy will present the Big Summer Pride Twirl on Saturday, June 8, 2024, from 4:00pm to 9:00pm, part of the Conservancy’s Big Summer Get Down series. This free, all-ages dance party celebrates Brooklyn Pride, and is held at Pier 3 Plaza at Brooklyn Bridge Park.

LARACGlens Falls, NY - The Lower Adirondack Regional Arts Council (LARAC) presents Show IV: Where We Are, featuring painter Susan Hoffer and ceramicist Zena Verda Pesta. The exhibit opens on Friday, May 24 with a reception from 5-7pm and runs to June 26.

City WineryMontgomery, NY — City Winery Hudson Valley is thrilled to announce the launch of Vineyard Fest, an exhilarating celebration of summer with all-day live music along the picturesque Wallkill River. Spanning across 11 unique Weekend Festivals, each with its own thematic flair, the series promises an array of unforgettable experiences for attendees.

Artpark 50Tickets on sale this Friday at 10:00AM

Lewiston, NY – As part of Artpark’s 50th Anniversary Season, TESLA: “Keepin’ It Real” Tour will rock the Artpark Mainstage Theater, on Wednesday, August 28, 2024 at 7:00PM with special guest Kurt Deimer. This concert is presented by Live Nation & Artpark.

Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center logo“Color Pointes” – June 21-23
Performances Take Place on Three Evenings at The Mark O’Donnell Theater at the Entertainment Community Fund Arts Center, 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn

NEW YORK, NY – Thelma Hill Performing Arts Center (THPAC) will present its 48th annual June Dance Festival – “Color Pointes” – on June 21, 22 and 23 in The Mark O’Donnell Theater at the Entertainment Community Fund Arts Center at 160 Schermerhorn Street, Brooklyn. Building on THPAC’s mission over nearly a half century, “Color Pointes” will feature contemporary and classical ballet companies and choreographers of color.

Bobby Previte, photo by David McIntyreHighlights include the premiere of Bobby Previte’s solo drum concert, No Bells; No Whistles; a screening of Shortbus (2006) with writer/director John Cameron Mitchell and producer Howard Gertler; and American Terror, a new opera by Jeffrey Lependorf exploring America’s involvement in Vietnam

Hudson, NY (May 16, 2024) -- Hudson Hall announces a celestial summer season including a star-studded film screening, cosmic visual art, fantastical community theater, jazz, and two brand new commissions by pioneering local composers…

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