Pleasantville

The 411: Location, location, location—any real estate professional will tell you that, when it comes to property, those are the three most important words to consider. And location is just one of Pleasantville’s many wonderful attributes. Located 31 miles north of Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal and situated almost squarely in the center of Westchester County, this quaint, family-friendly, and culturally rich village, with its picturesque “Old Village” and verdant parks and open spaces, is home to nearly 7,200 residents. Easily accessible to both Northern and Southern Westchester via a number of highways and main roads, including the Saw Mill, Sprain Brook, and Taconic Parkways, as well as Routes 9A and 117, Pleasantville, one of Westchester’s oldest communities, settled in 1695, is a commuter’s dream. The close-knit community offers an artsy yet amiable vibe, and is teeming with cultural and artistic amenities—including the popular Jacob Burns Film Center and its brand-new state-of-the-art education center, and the Frank Lloyd Wright-designed residential enclave Usonia, on the outskirts of town bordering Armonk—as well as gorgeous architecture; lots of great shops, boutiques, and restaurants; and, of course, award-winning schools.

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Lily Cox Richards: Possessing Powers

Hudson River Museum

May 10, 2014 - Sep 14, 2014

Inspired by Hiram Powers, a 19th century artist, contemporary sculptor Lily Cox-Richard creates fresh forms, faithful to Powers' originals, but selected, edited, and most notably, with the figures themselves omitted.  Her six sculptures are on view at the Hudson River Museum May 10 through September 14, and include the Museum's own Powers sculpture, Eve Disconsolate, on view alongside its...

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Mandy Greer: The Ecstatic Moment

Hudson River Museum

Jun 7, 2014 - Sep 14, 2014

Seattle based artist Mandy Greer creates visionary worlds she draws from mythology, fairy tales, and from the mundane and magic of everyday life.  The sewing machine and the crochet hook are her tools, fabric and objects fro the natural world her medium.  This summer she brings to the Museum a site specific installation, alive with sumptuous birds, glittering chandeliers, and enigmatic...

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Tea at Three

Hudson River Museum

Jun 7, 2014 - Sep 14, 2014

New for young families!   Glenview Explainers - students from Sarah Lawrence, Mercy, and Lehman (CUNY) colleges, that staff Glenview,  the historic 1876 river home at the Museum, study the inside and outside of this house to answer questions for visitors. Sit near Glenview's Great Hall fireplace and listen to a story about this old house told by a Glenview Explainer. Find out about the...

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Fiber Friends

Hudson River Museum

Jun 14, 2014 - Sep 13, 2014

Teaching Artist-in-Residence Sarah Divi leads knitters and crocheters of all skill levels to create fiber art projects inspired by Mandy Greer, whose work is on display in The Ecstatic Moment. Come to all or just one.  Bring your own yarn and needles/crochet hook. June 14,  July 12, August 9 and September 13. Free with Museum admission.

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ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place

Katonah Museum of Art

Jun 29, 2014 - Sep 28, 2014

In the Beitzel and Righter Galleries June 29 - September 28, 2014 Tuesday through Saturday: 10 am - 5 pm Sunday: 12 pm - 5 pm Closed Monday The austere, beguiling landscape of Iceland functions as muse and material for its artists. Innately attuned to dramatic physical changes and extreme solar rhythms, Icelandic artists carry within them a heightened awareness of the environment as a...

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Wonderwall (Fluorescent Fuchsia Labyrinth)

Pelham Art Center

Jul 1, 2014 - Sep 18, 2014

Pelham Art Center is thrilled to announce the continuation of our Public Art Program, In the Courtyard, with a new sculpture by NY City based artist Andréa Stanislav.  Wonderwall will be on view in our 2,300sq.ft open courtyard from July 1 - September 18, 2014 with an opening reception on July 11, 2014 from 6:30-8pm.

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To complement its current exhibition, ICELAND: Artists Respond to Place, the Katonah Museum of Art presents a cinematic meditation on the spirit of Iceland from award-winning Scandinavian-American filmmaker Eric Heimbold. Heimbold captures epic experiences of Iceland's volcanoes, glaciers, waterfalls, and Northern Lights interspersed with the indigenous flora, fauna, and human faces that...

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Family Studio: Science Projects

Hudson River Museum

Aug 2, 2014 - Sep 13, 2014

Come to Family Studio and join in on the fun of the creative activities inspired by the Museum's collections and exhibitions, led by Junior Docents and arts professionals. On Saturday and Sunday, make celestial shapes like those you see in The Ecstatic Moment from yarn, and add in décor - buttons, sequins, beads, and mirrors. Teaching Artist-in-Residence Sarah Divi is here to lead the...

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