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2nd Saturday and More in Beacon, NY.

Beacon Arts Community Association
OPPORTUNITIES AND MORE!
 
Check out the February issue of ARTtalk here.

BACA @ the Bank – Call for Artist Submissions  BACA @ the Bank is a members-only benefit. Show your work at the Beacon branch of the Rhinebeck Savings Bank! Submissions are being accepted now, on a rolling basis, for the remaining months of 2012.  Click here for more information.
 
4th Wall Productions announce "Finnigan's Farewell" Auditions @ The Beacon  The Beacon and 4th Wall Productions are pleased to announce auditions for their upcoming show “Finnigan’s Farewell” on Sunday, February 12 at 7p and Monday February 13 at 7p. Looking for all types and ages. Click here for more information.

Beekman Street Artist Banners 3.0 – Open Call for Artists – 2012  Calling all professional, amateur and student visual artists – painters, drawers, sculptors, photographers and artisans – who live and/or work in Beacon and within a 5 mile radius (Wappingers, Fishkill, Cold Spring, Garrison and Newburgh) for consideration to be placed o 13 foot tall banners leading from the Beacon waterfront and train station up to Main Street shops, eats and art! Banners will be up during good weather (approximately May through October) for two years; beaconcool.com provides information on the artists and links to their online presence or gallery representatives.  Click here for more information.

More opportunities are always listed here on our website.

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BACA Artist Catherine Welshman's "Love Shop" is now open every day until Valentine's Day from 12-5p.  Featuring handmade, unique gifts from over 10 artisans. Stop by and feel the love.

BACA Artist Basha Maryanska is showing in Transitions at New Century Artists January 18 - February 11, 2012. Opening Reception Saturday, January 21 from 3-6p. 530 W. 25th St. #406, NY, NY 10001 www.newcenturyartists.org 212-367-7072.


 

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Back Room Gallery
475 Main Street  
845-838-1838
 
Bank Square Coffehouse
www.banksquarecoffeehouse.com
129 Main St.     
845-440-7165

Bannerman Island Gallery
www.bannermancastle.org 
150 Main St   
845-234-3204
 
bau
www.beaconartistunion.com 
161 Main St   
845-440-7548

The Beacon Bagel
www.thebeaconbagel.com
466 Main Street
845-440-6958 
 
The Beacon Institute
www.thebeaconinstitute.org 
199 Main St    
845-838-1600
 
Beacon Yoga
www.beaconyogacenter.com
464 Main St
347 489 8406

BEAHIVE
www.beahivebzzz.com 
291 Main Street (at South Brett)
845.765.1890

DGAF Gallery
www.dgafgallery.com
428 Main Street
845-202-7004
 
Dia:Beacon
Click here to see what is
currenly on exhibit.

www.diaart.org 
3 Beekman St.  
845-440-0100

Fovea
142 Main Street
www.foveaeditions.org 
845-765-2199

Gallery 508
508 Main St.
info@gallery508.com
845-765-2245

The Howland Cultural Center
477 Main St.
www.howlandculturalcenter.org 
845-831-4988
 
Hudson Beach Glass
162 Main St.
www.hudsonbeachglass.com   
845-440-0068 

Jenna Sherrie Gallery | Jenesaisquoi
506 Main St.
www.jenasherrygalerie.com
845-202-7055

Maria Lago Studio 502
502 Main St
www.marialago.com
845-765-8421

Marion Royael Gallery 
460 Main Street
www.marionroyaelgallery.com
541-301-0032
 
Mill Street Loft Arts
Scenic Hudson River Center
at Long Dock Park
www.millstreetloft.org
845-471-7477

Morphicism
440 Main St.  
www.morphicism.com   
845-440-3092 
 
Open Space
www.openspacebeacon.com 
510 Main St. 
845.765.0731
 
School of Jellyfish
www.schoolofjellyfish.com
183 Main Street
845-440-8017


RiverWinds Gallery 
www.riverwindsgallery.com 
172 Main St.     
845-838-2880

MEMBERSHIPinfo
Click here to check out all of the benefits of BACA membership.
Contact Kelly Ellenwood at kellenwood@beaconarts.org if you need a membership card or have any questions or concerns about your BACA membership.  Be sure to check your listing on the website and notify Kelly if there are any glitches or changes you want to make. Click here if you are not yet a member and want to join!

 

This Week in Beacon, NY
 2nd Saturday
February 10, 2012
www.beaconarts.org

 
 

 
Art, Music, Openings and More....
 
FRIDAY, February 10

Wine Tasting 4-7p - Artisan Wine Shop
180 Main Street
www.artisanwineshop.com  
845.440.6923

Dan Rigney plays Actual Vinyl Records 8p - Tas Kafe
Dan Rigney is not a DJ, he just plays records...Actual Vinyl Records. There is one turntable...well...really a record player. It's mono, as it has one speaker...only one speaker. You will not need earbuds. He may talk about the records, he may talk about world affairs, he may tell stories, he may even have a guest or two...eventually. He can't take requests. Don't ask about themes yet, either. Give him time. There is no charge, but there will be a tip jar for money, not suggestions. So come, drink coffee and listen because Dan Rigney Plays Actual Vinyl Records.
www.taskafe.com
504 Main St.
845.522.1510

SATURDAY, February 11

Pancake Party  9a-12p - St Luke’s Episcopal Church
Third Annual Beacon Riverfest Pancake Party. Live music by M Shanghai String Band. Yes, there will be a Gluten-free OPTION! Coffee will be provided by Tas Kafe. $20 / Kids under 12 eat free
www.beaconriverfest.com
850 Wolcott Ave
 
Open 11a-5p - DGAF Gallery
DGAF is a new art & photography gallery in Beacon with this month’s show featuring Tony Vitek, John Stoltz, Marky, Catello Somma & V’nessa Tzavellas. These works will be showing and available until March 1st.
www.dgafgallery.com
428 Main Street
845-202-7004

Open 11a-7p - Maria Lago Studio 502
Small works from the latest paintings: Walking through the Woods series. Into the Cosmos series.
www.marialago.com
502 Main Street 

Gallery Talk 2p - Dia:Beacon
Lori Zippay on Circa 1971: Early Video & Film from the EAI Archive. Free with museum admission. Reservations highly recommended.
www.diabeacon.org
3 Beekman St.
845-440-0100

Opening Reception 5p - School of Jellyfish
The King and I : An Account of a Daily Courtship by the Hudson River. Photographs and Story By : Lily Zand February 11- May 4  (in continuous process)
www.schoolofjellyfish.com
183 Main Street
845-440-8017

Opening Reception 5-8p - RiverWinds Gallery
“Robert’s World: Paintings by Robert Ferrucci” The show will run through March 5, 2012.
www.riverwindsgallery.com 
172 Main St.
845-838-2880

Opening Reception 6-9pm - bau
Bau Gallery is pleased to present 2 solo exhibitions by invited artists Joyce Pommer and Elisa Pritzker.
www.baugallery.com  
161 Main St    
845-440-7584

“Love / Hate,” 5-9p - Blackbird Attic Boutique
The finale event showcasing all the submitted letters and art pieces. Following the letter showcase, view art and join us for a dance party at 159 Fishkill Ave in Beacon, NY. Refreshments will be served at both locations.
www.blackbirdattic.com
442 Main Street
845.418.4840

Special Event 6p - Cup and Saucer
The Cup and Saucer is pleased to join with I AM BEACON in celebrating Black History Month with a presentation of the documentary. “At The River I Stand.” Film Starts 6pm RSVP as space is limited! info@iambeacon.org (845)392-2820.
Cup and Saucer Restaurant and Tea Room
165 Main St.  
845-831-6287

Special Event 6p - Howland Cultural Center
Passing the Torch Through the Arts Playwright's Workshop
www.howlandculturalcenter.org   
477 Main Street
845-831-4988

Special Event 6p - The Beacon Bagel
Pet Portraits by Kids To Be Auctioned Off – 100% of Proceeds Go to Local Animal Shelters! The paintings in this show were created by children between the ages of 6 and 11 as part of a fund raising project through Beacon Art Adventures, a local after school and summer art program for kids. Online silent auction, which will take place beginning on February 12.
www.thebeaconbagel.com
466 Main Street
845-440-6958

Opening Reception 7p - Jenna Sherrie Gallery | Jenesaisquoi
“CAPITALISM vs. COMMUNISM: Political Parallelisms and Opposing Artistic Values” Feb 11- Mar 17;
www.jenasherrygalerie.com
506 Main St.
845-202-7055
 
Theater 5p - Howland Cultural Center
Passing the Torch Through the Arts Presents "Bill Cosby is Dead?"
www.howlandculturalcenter.org   
477 Main Street
845-831-4988

SUNDAY, February 12

Music 4p - Howland Chamber Music Circle
JEREMY DENK PLAYS MORE MOZART AT PIANO FESTIVAL. Afterward will be a reception to meet the artist. Tickets are $30 ($10 for students).Reservations are highly recommended – by calling 297-9243 or at the Chamber Music Circle’s web-site.
www.howlandmusic.org 
Howland Cultural Center
477 Main Street
845-297-9243

The Big Lebowski Night 8p - Max's On Main
Join us for Beacon's first night dedicated to the film The Big Lebowski.  We'll have the White Russians and Sioux City Sarsaparillas on special, the music of Credence, a costume contest, and of course... a screening of the film in its entirety. Dress in character, best costume wins a prize!!
www.maxsonmain.com   
246 Main Street
845-838-6297(MAXS)

MONDAY, February 13

Gallery Talk 2p - Dia:Beacon
"Last Chance" Christian Rattemeyer on Franz Erhard Walther, Work as Action. Free with museum admission. Reservations highly recommended.
www.diabeacon.org
3 Beekman St.
845-440-0100

TUESDAY, February 14

Trivia 8p - Max's On Main
Tuesday is Trivia Night! Come out to play trivia - prizes - teams - music -pride. Fun for the whole family - Get here early for team sign -ups.
www.maxsonmain.com   
246 Main Street
845-838-6297(MAXS)

FRIDAY, February 17

Wine Tasting 4-7p - Artisan Wine Shop
180 Main Street
www.artisanwineshop.com  
845.440.6923

Open Mic 8p  - Howland Cultural Center
Hosts: Thom Joyce. Sign up starts at 730p. Refreshments available. $3 requested donation. All invited to take part in Open Mic. sign-up for performers begins at 7:30PM
www.howlandculturalcenter.org  
477 Main Street
845-831-4988

Music 9p - Max's On Main
Charlie Sabin
www.maxsonmain.com   
246 Main Street
845-838-6297(MAXS)
 

 
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