Goodness, summer is flying by and here comes the fall! Informal polls show autumn as a majority’s favorite season because it’s a relief from the humid inferno o’ New York Summers. I still prefer the summer and wish it could be extended. While I draft up this weather wishlist, take a look at all the wonderful events coming up in the month ahead.
Chase Edwards Contemporary caught my eye when I drove by on the way to Wölffer Estate. On the way home, I parked to check out this delicate, bright, spacious gallery space surrounded in mixed media.
Definitely keep Hamptons Art Hub in your bookmarks; they curate all the grand happenings!
Market Art & Design at the Bridgehampton Museum.
The Manes Education Center at the Nassau County Museum of Art offers workshops, classes, and opportunities to curious and advanced artists alike. True Colors, their current exhibit, looks like it could be a fun way to celebrate the end of summer.
Patchogue Arts Council celebrates the arts with endless talent!
Sag Harbor Cinema Arts Center offers a full events calendar! Take your pick for fun any day!
Stereo Garden in Patchogue: Kitchen. Tap. Stage. Does it get any better than that?
New York City:
Arts in the Park Program from NYC goes year ’round.
The Bowery Gallery is booked thru to the middle of next year. Email them for membership questions or details.
The BronxArtSpace is putting urban art on the map. Check them out and give them your support.
Brooklyn Street Art has a full events calendar for everything urban. AND many of the artists’ sites! (Keeping that list current is a full time job, no kidding. So are all of the event calendars. Wink wink.)
First Street Green Art Park has rotating art walls.
17 Frost Gallery, an art space in Williamsburg that once hosted my sister’s and best friend’s variety show Night Treasures will be featuring Avant Street Art Collective (1980-84), presented by art collective AVANT.
In Her Hands extended at the Robert Mann Gallery in Chelsea.
Northern Manhattan Arts Alliance is a wonderful organization seeking passionate artists in the neighborhood.
Queens Art Council is now accepting applications for High School to Art School. Read the FAQ’s and sign up for future newsletters to stay updated on scholarships, grants, community events, and exhibitions.
Urban Arts Partnership (UAP) keeping arts alive in our neighborhoods, for our kids.
The Bronx is home to WALLWORKS NY, an art space dedicated to urban artists.
Arts Westchester working endlessly to provide outreach and culture to Westchester County.
Peekskill Arts Alliance is dedicated to highlighting the county’s finest and newest artists. Guidance is priceless!
Add The Powerlab business center to your favorites folder, there’s always something valuable to be taught and learned at this space. They are brilliant and calling for artists.
WEARTONE Art Collective made its mark in Brooklyn and Westchester this August with a show at RAM Gallery in Art Cafe Brooklyn! Congrats to the incredible artists who were invited to participate by fellow artist. Michael Cuomo.
You don’t have to be scared to pursue your passion for a living. Westchester Community College Center for the Arts offers classes, workshops, and programs designed to make life convenient for you. Practical and creative!