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Virtual Exhibitions

Virtual Exhibitions

(s)mother 2.o

care in (a time of) crisis

(s)mother 2.0 is a curated exploration of mothering in a time of crisis, taking the form of painting, drawing, photography, performance, video, and text; accompanied by a series of programs and dialogues, committed to expanding, deromanticizing, and demystifying the idea of what it means to mother (v).

This is a physical, month long, exhibition on display at the Bethany Arts Community from Saturday, May 8 – Saturday, May 29, 2021, accompanied by both virtual and in person gallery hours and events (Covid depending).

100cameras Snapshot Safe Harbor

Students from the Westchester County Safe Harbor program use photography to tell their stories in a way that impacts how they view themselves and their communities. Local artists Christine Wexler and Anne Carpenter, a Bethany Studio Artist, led the program. Exhibition on display at the Bethany Arts Community from November 30th – December 18th, 2020.

Art in the Time of COVID

The 2020 gallery show of New York State Art Teachers Association Region 7 members curated by Catherine Ibanez & Martin Merchant. While exploring their own voices, these artist-teachers find their generative sources in the classroom and their lives. Exhibition on display at Bethany Arts Community Sep 14th – Oct 30th, 2020.

Artour Toulinov

Artour Toulinov (online) exhibition at Bethany Arts Community curated by Spencer Throckmorton, owner of Throckmorton Fine Art Gallery NYC. Artour Toulinov’s photographs are lessons with objects and people. In stark and subtle ways. Exhibit Jun 20th – Aug 7th. Photographs are available for purchase.

(s)mother stays home

(s)mother stays home – an (online) exhibition curated by Anna Adler at Bethany Arts Community. A reflection on the trials and tribulations; an expanded definition; a de-romanticizing of the myth of mothering. Exhibition May 8 – Jun 7, 2020. A selection of artwork available for purchase

Bethany Arts Community continues partnership with The Chicago Mosaic School

Bethany Arts Community continues partnership with The Chicago Mosaic School

Bethany Arts Community is proud to announce our continued partnership with The Chicago Mosaic School, the premier center of education for Mosaic Arts in the United States. Our 2020 workshop schedule has been released! We invite you to join us in these workshops with professionally trained CMS teaching staff. They will be offering mosaic art instruction for all level of students.

Artoberfest 2019

Artoberfest 2019

The 1st annual Artoberfest is coming to Bethany Arts Community on October 5, 2019.

Join us for art, music, crafts, food and family fun! Featuring visual artists, live musicians, food, live and interactive demonstrations, the festival will be a great experience for all ages!

ARToberfest will illuminate arts spanning a variety of styles and mediums and celebrate the unique culture of the Hudson Valley region.

A great experience for all ages! People Free.

1st Annual Bethany Arts Fundraiser

1st Annual Bethany Arts Fundraiser

Join Bethany Arts Community for an evening of cocktails, food, performance, exhibit, silent auction and more!

This year we celebrate the many successes of Bethany’s first year of providing meaningful arts programming and creating community through the arts. We celebrate our support for artists who have found Bethany a nurturing and inspiring environment where they can grow and further the creative artistic process. Your support helps advance our mission to continue to create a space and environment where the many forms of art can be learned, produced and flourish.

Save the Date! November 16, 2018 | Time: 7:00 pm – 10:00 pm

Cost: $125

Sculpture Artist, Malcolm D. MacDougall III – Unveiling and Reception

Sculpture Artist, Malcolm D. MacDougall III – Unveiling and Reception

‘Microscopic Landscape’

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 Arts Community 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.

When: Saturday, April 7, 2018
Time: 6:30pm-9:00pm
Where: Bethany Arts Community, 40 Somerstown Road, Ossining, NY 10562


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