Jun 26 Sunday
The Museum at Bethel Woods, located on the grounds of the 1969 Woodstock Music and Art Fair, is excited to announce the opening of its 2022 Special Exhibit, & Art Fair, which takes a look into elements of Woodstock that don’t often take center stage. This interactive and engaging display highlights the forgotten elements that hold great significance in the overall narrative of Woodstock. The gallery will showcase current research work done by the museum’s team and showcase pieces made for and at Woodstock by artists, organizers, and festival attendees.
The museum has been hosting Special Exhibits for the past 13 years with themes ranging from unique artifact collections to diverse art galleries. This year's Special Exhibit will open to the public on April 1st, 2022 and run through December 31.
Admission to the Special Exhibit is included in the ticket to The Museum at Bethel Woods, or $5 standalone. Tickets go on sale to the public Monday, March 14 at 10:00 AM at www.BethelWoodsCenter.org, www.Ticketmaster.com, Ticketmaster outlets, or by phone at 1-800-653-8000.
Art in the Wilds is a juried Fine Art and Fine Craft Show located in Kane in northern Pennsylvania. We bring together our region’s finest artists and artisans, from Pennsylvania, Ohio, and New York, every year for a grand weekend in June. We seek to provide a platform for artists to display and sell their work; expand the role of the arts in our rural community and promote economic development. Come join us and experience the creative artworks in the heart of the wilds!
Art in the Wilds is supported by the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts, a state agency, through the Pennsylvania Partners in the Arts (PPA), its regional arts funding partnership.
“In God’s Name: A Celebration of the Spirituality of Harriet Tubman” is a joint exhibit with the Cayuga Museum of History & Art of work by Syracuse artist Vanessa Johnson. Her quilts and fiber artworks examine Tubman’s faith in nature, God, and her supporters as she led enslaved people to freedom. Johnson’s exhibit is part of the Emerging Artists Project, a joint program of the Schweinfurth and Cayuga Museum that is in its second year. Artists present their work in both locations, and the institutions offer a discounted joint admission ticket so visitors can see both shows.
“Excellence in Fibers VII” is a touring exhibit organized by the national magazine Fiber Art Now. It contains 2- and 3-dimensional artworks by artists from around the world, many using nontraditional materials. Artworks were selected by jurors Petra Slinkard, curator of fashion and textiles at Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, MA, and Melinda Watt, president of the Textile Society of America and curator in the Department of Textiles at the Art Institute of Chicago.
“Here/Hear,” a solo exhibit by Quinn A. Hunter, erasure of Black history in both the South and the North. Hunter’s exhibit contains work from two recent series. In “I See You Now, I Hear You Then,” she presents chandeliers and rugs she weaved by hand out of hair, referencing antebellum plantations that ignore their slave-owning past. In “Paradise: The Myth of a Liberal North,” she examines the destruction of two Black neighborhoods in Detroit that were destroyed to build a highway.
Jun 27 Monday
Kathy Donovan is an artist and educator living and working in the Mohawk Valley. Beginning June 4th Donovan will have a selection of her abstract figurative and landscape paintings on display in 4 Elements Studio’s Satellite Gallery in the windows of 131 Genesee Street in Downtown Utica. The public is able to view this exhibition from the street at any time.
Local artist John Fitzsimmons will be exhibiting a selection of his large-scale figurative paintings in the windows in 4 Elements Studio's Satellite Gallery at 131 Genesee Street in Downtown Utica. The public is able to view this exhibition from the street at any time.
Jun 28 Tuesday