First Saturday Opening Reception
MAD Works is an exhibition of work created by Digital Media, Studio Art, and Fine Art majors in the Art & Digital Media department at Marist College. The artwork displayed at is a representation of the Marist College Art and Digital Media student’s hard work and dedication to building their portfolio over the last year.
Students represented in the show focus on a number of art forms including Painting, Drawing, Photography, Installation, 3D Modeling/Rapid Prototyping and Animation.
The exhibition is organized by Art History major Lauren Powell and department faculty members.
List of students in the show:
Margaret Alleva, Basel Alnashashibi, Jessica Babi, Frank Bellis, Alena Bergmann, Fuchen Kuang, Nicolas Maglieri, Gabriella Martelli, Jocelyn McQuade, Kaylee Neff, and Roxanne Novo.
Saturday, October 1st 5 to 8pm
On View through October 29th
First Saturday Opening Reception:
The exhibition will feature the work of area artists as well as of other important sculptors invited from the larger region. As the tension between sculptural realism and anything-goes abstraction has waxed and waned in the past century, the ASK show will feature a broad range of interpretations of what constitutes sculpture today.
Saturday, September 3th 5 to 8pm
On View through September, 24th
Oil Painting Classes led by, Paul Abrams
Wednesdays 6-8 PM
Hudson Valley Recital Project and Andrea Shaut present "A Night in Argentina". The evening features local professional and student musicians playing music from Argentina.
Friday,October 14, 7:30 pm, $10.00
Saturday, October 8, 7 p.m.
An evening of up and coming female comedians from the Hudson Valley
(Jennifer Nolan, Meg Nificent Mahoney, Jennifer Samuels, Jen Saracino)
For the months of September and October Dan Feldman and Sabine Sladek will conduct a special 8 week progressive basic tango series at the Arts Society of Kingston on Tuesday nights. This series is designed to bring new dancers from simple walking, all the way to dancing in a lovely connected embrace with smooth and elegant turns. You will be ready to go out and dance at a social level at one of the many local milongas. For experienced dancers here is an excellent opportunity to refine these fundamentals of traditional Argentine tango.
Immediately following the basic class will be an intermediate level class. Here we will continue to refine the quality of connected movement, discover leader and follower embellishment, explore the nuances of musicality in Tango, Vals and Milonga, as well as introduce elements, such as ganchos, boleos and sacadas.
The price structure is:
$100 for all 8 weeks beginner or intermediate (paid at first class)
$150 for all 8 weeks beginner and intermediate (paid at first class)
Beginner class 6-7pm
Intermediate class 7-8 pm
Saturday, August 20th
A monthly Tango Event hosted by Ken Shilling and Ilene Marder. The cost of the Milonga is $15. Includes one hour Tango Essentials Class, plus Milonga, and refreshments.
7 -8 p.m. Beginners Class
8- 12 p.m. Milonga Party
Mondays, 6–9 p.m.
Monday Night Group Class Series
Never sit out a dance again! Also known as the lindy, lindy hop, jitterbug and east coast swing, swing dance is the most fun and versatile form of dance done to everything from big band music to rock and roll. Learn turns, dips, and more from two of the Hudson Valley's most popular swing dance teachers Linda and Chester Freeman of Got2Lindy Dance Studios. Each four-week session guides students from beginning steps to more cool combinations. No partner necessary. Visit www.got2lindy.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for schedule and to register. $85 per person per series.
Beginner Level 1: 6-7pm
Intermediate Level 2: 7-8pm
Advanced Level 3: 8-9pm
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