Bethany Arts Community will unveil the very first sculpture installed on Bethany’s front lawn. ‘Microscopic Landscape’, a 5 ton weathered steel sculpture by Artist, Malcolm D. MacDougall III, was nestled into it’s new home at Bethany back in February. Join us for a reception following the unveiling along with a last chance to see the exhibit by local artists currently on display in our galleries.read more
Spanish Art of Flamenco is an 8-week dance program for 3rd graders. Students will learn the footwork, hand-movements, arm-movements and rhythmic hand-clapping that Flamenco is known for. They also learn about the geography of Spain, its relation to the...read more
CUMBIA FOR KIDS is a music program that introduces 3rd graders to Colombian music, culture, and dance. During 8 weekly workshops, students will learn about the diverse music and dance traditions, instruments, and culture of Colombia’s four geographic regions from the...read more
Join us for a free show featuring Hispanic Dance & Music by the award-winning Rebeca Tomás and modern Colombian music by world-renowned Folklore Urbano! Bethany Arts Community is proud to announce the first of many Hispanic Dance and Music programs...read more
Theater O is delighted to announce that January 12-14 they will be in residency at the new Bethany Arts Community in Ossining, NY. Theater O will present 4 performances of Eric Coble’s adaptations of Lois’ Lowry’s Newbery Award Winning Novels The Giver and Gathering Blue.read more
Theater O returns to Bethany Arts community with screen classic, THE STING Theater O is delighted to announce that June 21 - 23 they will again be in residency at the new Bethany Arts Community in Ossining, NY. Theater O will present three performances of the Paul...read more
Bethany Arts Community, Inc. announced its purchase of a 25 acre property from the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers.
OSSINING, NY, December 23, 2015 Today, Bethany Arts Community, Inc. announced its purchase of a 25 acre property located at 40 Somerstown Road from the Maryknoll Fathers and Brothers. "This 43,000 square foot building and 25 acres will enable Bethany Arts Community to...read more