Art World to Converge on Garnerville, New York Garnerville, N.Y. - "This event is like no other art exhibition." says GAGA President Robin Rosenberg, "Our complex of buildings is the living, breathing, working home where artists create their art for a living. The public gets a chance to see museum quality art, while wandering the back alleys and alcoves of an historic, Civil War era textile mill. After a turn around the art galleries, art studios and outdoor sculpture trail, look out for avant-garde performances, artist tours and cool workshops. There will be music, food, and live demonstrations. GAGA Arts Festival has become a hot destination point drawing nearly 5000 visitors from the Tri-State region including more and more who make the short journey up the Hudson from New York City." Where: Garnerville Arts and Industrial Center, 55 W. Railroad Avenue, Garnerville, NY, 10923 - http://www.gagaartscenter.org/ ; (845) 947-7108 When: Saturday and Sunday, May 1st and 2nd - 11 AM to 6 PM [rain or shine] Admission: $5 - children under 14 accompanied by an adult are free. What: Open Studios, Art Exhibitions, Children's Workshops, Film, Dance, Delectable Foods, and Live Music This year's exhibitions include: COMPLIFICATION Christopher Baker - Daniel Baltzer - R Justin Stewart. Three artists from Brooklyn investigate the complex world of the Information Age. The show opens April 9th and will remain on view through May 23rd. Dye Works Bazaar An Indoor Art Fair \ Coffeehouse featuring the beautiful (and affordable) artworks of over 25 talented outsider artists, craft artists, and artisans. Plus music and seating in the GAGA Coffee Bar, all under one roof in Pottery by Funkytown Pottery, GAGA's unique 8000 square foot Dye Works Gallery.