The arts thrive in the Hudson River Valley, thanks to the stewardship of several devoted organizations. The fine arts, as well as the performing arts, are supported and encouraged by these groups, which work to preserve and promote the artistic culture of Dutchess County. Visit one of many organizations including the Howland Cultural Center, the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center and The Art Effect.
Features the Open Studio Tour, a community-based, artist centered, public art project. ArtEast aims to bring attention to, and highlight, the arts and artist activity in eastern Dutchess County. Mediu...Read More
This arts service organization has a gallery and offers workshops and special arts events to artists and the public. Arts Mid-Hudson promotes and coordinates all cultural activity and development acro...Read More
Promoting artists and facilitating creative experiences through programs that promote a vibrant community and enrich the lives of local citizens. Their goal is to promote and nurture Beacon's multi-fa...Read More
Formerly known as the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center, it is a non-profit community organization that operates: Fall Kill Creative Works at 317 Main Street Clay Works (formerly Art Centro) at 485 Main St...Read More
Howland Cultural Center's Gallery in the Great Room is a well-established resource for visual and live arts providing year-round artistic programming and supporting local artists and community organiz...Read More
KuBe (an acronym for Kunsthalle Beacon) is comprised of 48 artists' studios, commercial office space, a fine art gallery, experimental art space. See theater, screenings, lectures, and avant-garde...Read More
Home to: PUF (Poughkeepsie Underwear Factory) Studios: printmaking open studios and art classes for the public all run by the Mid-Hudson Heritage Center. The Art Effect: Sparks Media Project and Mi...Read More
The Art Effect (formerly Mill Street Loft and Spark Media Project) is committed to being a catalyst for youth empowerment and community engagement through the arts and media across the Hudson Valley. ...Read More
TSC is open and offers live music, drama, dance, film, community events, and much more. This new non-profit performance venue in Pine Plains is a hub of the regional community in the heart of a small ...Read More
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