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Exhibit Opening: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Exhibit Opening: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Exhibit Opening: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.
Curated by Joyce Sharrock Cole, Ossining Village Historian

To commemorate Black History Month, Ossining Black History & Culture will honor over 190 years of economic, social, spiritual, political and education contributions made by the African American community of the Village of Ossining. The exhibit will be on display February 6 – March 5.

There is an absence of documented history and lore of the Ossining black community. This exhibit reveals an unseen glimpse into local black culture. Through their drive, resilience, and perseverance, the black community has been an integral component of the growth and prosperity of Ossining, laying foundations that we still benefit from today. Highlighting and amplifying their contributions (spanning two centuries), this exhibit will acknowledge the challenges they faced, celebrate their triumphs, and recognize their commitment to the Ossining community. Thought-provoking, eye-opening, and inspirational, Ossining Black History & Culture is an effort to connect, empathize, and honor the generations of black citizens that broke through barriers to benefit the community of Ossining as a whole.

The photographs and ephemera were loaned/donated by the black community of Ossining past and present.

Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday (10am-12pm & 1pm-4pm)
Saturday Feb 6 (opening) (10am – 2pm)
Saturday Feb 20 (10am – 2pm)
Wednesday Feb 17 additional evening hours (5pm – 8pm)

Appointments strongly encouraged.

 

Bethany Arts Community is supported by The National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Arts Westchester and donations from our community.

Exhibit Opening: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Exhibit: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.
Exhibit on display February 6 – March 5
Curated by Joyce Sharrock Cole, Ossining Village Historian

To commemorate Black History Month, Ossining Black History & Culture will honor over 190 years of economic, social, spiritual, political and education contributions made by the African American community of the Village of Ossining.

There is an absence of documented history and lore of the Ossining black community. This exhibit reveals an unseen glimpse into local black culture. Through their drive, resilience, and perseverance, the black community has been an integral component of the growth and prosperity of Ossining, laying foundations that we still benefit from today. Highlighting and amplifying their contributions (spanning two centuries), this exhibit will acknowledge the challenges they faced, celebrate their triumphs, and recognize their commitment to the Ossining community. Thought-provoking, eye-opening, and inspirational, Ossining Black History & Culture is an effort to connect, empathize, and honor the generations of black citizens that broke through barriers to benefit the community of Ossining as a whole.

The photographs and ephemera were loaned/donated by the black community of Ossining past and present.

Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday (10am-12pm & 1pm-4pm)
Saturday Feb 6 (opening) (10am – 2pm)
Saturday Feb 20 (10am – 2pm)
Wednesday Feb 17 additional evening hours (5pm – 8pm)

Appointments strongly encouraged.

 

Bethany Arts Community is supported by The National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Arts Westchester and donations from our community.

Exhibit Opening: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Exhibit: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

Exhibit: Ossining Black History & Culture: RESILIENCE. DEDICATION. EXCELLENCE.

On display February 6 – March 5
Curated by Joyce Sharrock Cole, Ossining Village Historian

To commemorate Black History Month, Ossining Black History & Culture will honor over 190 years of economic, social, spiritual, political and education contributions made by the African American community of the Village of Ossining.

There is an absence of documented history and lore of the Ossining black community. This exhibit reveals an unseen glimpse into local black culture. Through their drive, resilience, and perseverance, the black community has been an integral component of the growth and prosperity of Ossining, laying foundations that we still benefit from today. Highlighting and amplifying their contributions (spanning two centuries), this exhibit will acknowledge the challenges they faced, celebrate their triumphs, and recognize their commitment to the Ossining community. Thought-provoking, eye-opening, and inspirational, Ossining Black History & Culture is an effort to connect, empathize, and honor the generations of black citizens that broke through barriers to benefit the community of Ossining as a whole.

The photographs and ephemera were loaned/donated by Ossining community members, past and present.

Gallery Hours:
Monday – Friday (10am-12pm & 1pm-4pm)
Saturday Feb 6 (opening) (10am – 2pm)
Saturday Feb 20 (10am – 2pm)
Wednesday Feb 17 additional evening hours (5pm – 8pm)

Appointments strongly encouraged.

Bethany Arts Community is supported by The National Endowment for the Arts, New York State Council on the Arts, Arts Westchester and donations from our community.

Exhibit: Art in the Time of COVID, NYS Art Teachers Association Annual Member Show

Exhibit: Art in the Time of COVID, NYS Art Teachers Association Annual Member Show

Art in the Time of COVID
NYS Art Teachers Association Annual Member Show
Exhibit on display Sep 14, 2020 – Oct 31, 2020
curated by
Catherine Ibanez & Martin Merchant

Online Opening Reception
 Saturday September 19th @ 2-3pm
Via Zoom

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Artists: Terrie Bentley, Sharon Ciccone, Kelley Hedin, Catherine Ibanez,
Holly McCabe, Martin Merchant, Elizabeth Murphy, Gina Palmer, Lauren Ras, Roberto E. Romani,
Monica Czernecki Schor, Scott Seaboldt, Eric Stormes, Patty Tyrol,
Mitchell Visoky, Paula Westcott, Ron Whitehead

Gallery open:
Mon-Fri 10am12pm and 1pm-3pm
Saturdays,  Sep 26th, Oct 3rd, Oct 10th 10am-2pm
appointments strongly encouraged

Artwork may be purchased by contacting us at info@bethanyarts.org

Sublime Concepts: Exhibit Opening Reception

Sublime Concepts: Exhibit Opening Reception

Join us for the Opening Reception of our Spring exhibit, Sublime Concepts, on Saturday, April 6 between 7-9pm to meet the artists who would love to engage with you and share curiosities.

The exhibition features fine art by 22 emerging and established artists living and working in New York. There is a rich range of media, which includes ceramics, found objects, painting, photography, printmaking, textile, and metal. Meaning is suffused within this curated show.

Exhibition Curator: Karen Jaimes

Exhibit is on display April 6th to April 20th.  Gallery hours are Mon-Thurs 10am-2pm

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