A Moveable Narrative

Roxbury Arts Center 5025 Vega Mountain Road, Roxbury, NY, United States

Gallery Hours - Tuesday - Saturday 10 AM - 3 PM A Moveable Narrative presents work by Valerie Johnston, Amy Masters, and Anita Ragusa, underlining a new perspective on 'still […]

Community Photo Show: OPEN CALL

Headwaters Arts Center 66 Main Street, Stamford, NY, United States

Open Call for Photography! Announcing the 2nd Annual Community Photo Show at Headwaters Arts Center, 66 Main St. Stamford Opening Reception Saturday, November 4th from 5-7 pm Show Runs through January […]

Opening Reception: Community Photo Show

Headwaters Arts Center 66 Main Street, Stamford, NY, United States

Please join us at Headwaters Arts Center to celebrate the opening of our second annual Community Photo Show! The work of local photographers will be on display from November 4th […]

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Community Photo Show

Headwaters Arts Center 66 Main Street, Stamford, NY, United States

With over 100 photos from over 30 local photographers, the Annual Community Photo Show is a true celebration of the breadth of creativity and talent of our friends and neighbors! […]

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Human Nature

Roxbury Arts Center 5025 Vega Mountain Road, Roxbury, NY, United States

The Roxbury Arts Group is excited to present Human Nature, a solo show by the multi-media artist Christina Hunt Wood. The show will be on display from December 2nd to […]

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Forgotten Spaces

Roxbury Arts Center 5025 Vega Mountain Road, Roxbury, NY, United States

Immerse yourself in this group exhibition on view at the Roxbury Arts Center through April 13. “Forgotten Spaces” explores the personal, metaphorical and societal structures lost to time, highlighting the […]

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Loud But Unreadable

Headwaters Arts Center 66 Main Street, Stamford, NY, United States

Loud But Unreadable is a pared-down version of William Waggoner's 2023 museum solo show Conditions Normal, featuring 20 Pop Art pieces in a smaller, more intimate gallery setting. The exhibit's title comes from the Plain […]