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June 17 – Becket
Jacob's Pillow Season Opener

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Twilight In The Garden

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Wassaic Project Summer Party

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Scenic Hudson at Tremaine Gallery

Amy Krzanik reports from Lakeville. The traveling photography exhibit, On Time and Place: Celebrating Scenic Hudson’s First 50 Years, is currently at its final stop at the Hotchkiss School’s Tremaine Gallery, after visiting six public spaces in the Hudson Valley last year, including Grand Central Terminal. The installation, which runs through March 6, celebrates Scenic Hudson, the movement credited with saving Storm King Mountain and launching the modern grass-roots environmental movement. The 34 works by 12 photographers pay tribute to the Hudson Valley area, its scars and its beauty. From birds in flight and panoramic views of the land, to dramatic, color-drenched close-ups of rotting vegetation and abandoned factories, the work is at once varied and cohesive. (Shown above: Roberto Luna with Tremaine Gallery co-directors Terri Moore and Greg Lock.)


Richard T. Scott and Deborah Feldman; Susan Wides, Curator of the exhibition Kate Menconeri and Tanya Marcuse.


Ann Villano and photographer Anne Day; Barbara and Newt Schoenly.


Carolyn Marks Blackwood, Kate Menconeri, Chad Kleitsch and son, Tanya Marcuse and Susan Wides.


Mattatuck Museum Director Bob Burns and Hudson Opera House Executive Director Gary Schiro; Walter Dufresne and Karen Balogh.


Corey Shaff and Dr. Stefanie Lindahl; Jerry Freedner and Camille Freedner.


Photographer Chad Kleitsch and son with Valerie Shaff;  Hotchkiss Arts Administrator Sarah Lock, Heide Hendricks and Greg Lock.

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