Art exhibit and talk by Lori Strelecki, Director of the Pike County Historical Society, “Celebration of Plein Air” at the Highland Town Hall, 1-3pm. Sponsored by the Barryville Area Arts Association. Exhibit with prints and originals by plein air painters past and present.
Painter/poet Clyde Washington will present a rare performance "The War with God" at The Liberty Museum & Arts Center, 46 S Main St., 2pm. Clyde's extraordinary large canvasses will be on display as he performs poems he has written for each painting. A buffet is included in the $10 admission.
The Catskill Art Society presents “Design Poetics” and “Walls of Viet Nam,” exhibitions of artwork by Tal Gluck and Melinda Wallach at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St. Artist talk at 3pm, followed by opening reception 4-6pm. On display through November 20. 845/436-4227.
The Catskill Art Society presents “Skunk Cabbage Bog,” an exhibition of artwork by Leslie Pelino, in the Elevator Gallery at the CAS Arts Center at 48 Main St., 4-6pm. Fiber art assemblage installation from reclaimed clothing and household and garden materials. On display through November 20. 845/436-4227.
Wurtsboro Art Alliance October show "Reflections," 2-6pm. WAA open Saturday and Sunday, 12-4pm.
The Woodland Weavers and Spinners Guild will hold hands-on demonstrations throughout the day at the Tusten-Cochecton Branch of the Western Sullivan Public Library.
Opening reception for Sandy Long’s “Portal of Place” at DENiZEN, a new studio space hosted by artist Pat Carullo, 6-8pm. The digital exhibit is an exploration of the interplay between human nature and the natural world. The studio will also be open on Saturday, October 8, from 10am-5pm.
UpFront Exhibition Space will hold it Autumn Artist’s Reception, 6-9pm. UpFront will present live music by Kevin McComb. This event is open to the public and there is no admission fee. This show will run through November 24. 845/754-5000.
Local artists will present work throughout town--art making, film projections, outdoor art installations, music & performances. Main Street merchants will stay open into the evening hours on Sat. Maps highlighting exhibits & events featured in local shops, restaurants, and galleries will be available. Sat:12-8pm; Sun:12-5pm. Art in Park: Sat ONLY.
"Deerest Deerpark II" exhibits can be seen during the Open House event with artwork on display at The Deerpark Museum and 1863 Huguenot Schoolhouse and the Neversink Valley Grange, 25 Grange Rd., 11am-4pm. Email email@example.com or visit www.townofdeerpark.org.