LGBTQ+ Series Kicks off at Sing Sing Kill Brewery

Sing Sing Kill Brewery is excited to kick off a monthly series of queer programming on Thursday, February 2 at 7PM with LOFT Night Out Queeraoke Open Mic. Brewery co-owner […] Read more »

Ossining High School Unveils New Media Studio Radio Club Students Now Equipped with Top Tech

During a ribbon cutting ceremony on December 21, OHS Radio and Media Club members unveiled a brand-new Media Studio to a host of students, faculty, and administrators at Ossining High […] Read more »

Arts Groups In Westchester Receive Over $500,000 in Matching Grants in Art$WChallenge Program

Westchester County Executive George Latimer and the Westchester County Board of Legislators today joined with ArtsWestchester to announce that 102 Westchester arts organizations are the recipients of matching funds from […] Read more »

RiverArts to Present Concert Celebrating 200 Years of Women Composers

On Sunday March 5th at 4pm, RiverArts will present the second concert in its three-concert chamber music series at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Ardsley. With its presentation of Legends, […] Read more »

Westchester County Executive George Latimer Unveils “Hope Quilt” Installation in Support of the Westchester Children’s Association and Youth Advocacy

Westchester County Government’s Michaelian Office Building was selected to display one of the seven Hope Quilts created by the Westchester Children’s Association (WCA). The Hope Quilt Project is part of […] Read more »

Jacob Burns Film Center Receives $40,000 Artswestchester Grant

The Jacob Burns Film Center (JBFC) announced today that the organization has received a $40,000 grant from ArtsWestchester. A significant portion of this 2022-2023 Basic Support Program grant will go […] Read more »

New Play Based On a Tale by Washington Irving Coming to the Tarrytown Music Hall

A new interactive romantic ghost play premieres at the Tarrytown Music Hall February 13-19 The Spectre Bridegroom and Other Valentine’s Ghost Stories, a new romantic ghost play by Sleepy Hollow […] Read more »

Dignity, Creativity, Humanity: RTA Founder Katherine Vockins

“Not a career, but a calling” is how Katherine Vockins describes her work with Rehabilitation Through the Arts (RTA), the organization she founded which uses the arts to teach life […] Read more »

Briarcliff High School Students Visit Peekskill Clay Studios

Students in Jessica Dubin’s ceramics class at Briarcliff High School recently got a glimpse of what it is like to create items out of clay in the real world. At […] Read more »

Peekskill Artist’s First-Ever Outdoor Installation Showcases Large-Scale Tree Sculptures

Hailed by Sculpture Magazine as Editor’s Choice, The Remains of Winter, a series of sculptures made especially for The Green-Wood Cemetery by Peekskill-based artist Athena LaTocha, has been extended into […] Read more »