UpFront Exhibition Space will hold its summer Artist’s Reception, 6-9pm. Featuring the work of Michael Indorato and many other artists. 845/754-5000.
The opening reception for “Revolutionary Art: Art of the American and French Revolutions” celebrates the 240th anniversary of the signing of the Declaration of Independence, and the 227th Anniversary of Bastille Day in France, at the Artists’ Market Community Center, 4-6pm.
Paint your pet party at Harmony Presents, 7pm. Your pet will be pre-sketched on canvas based on photos that you send in. Cost: $56. Register by June 19. 570/588-8077.
Port Jervis Tourism and Port Jervis Council for the Arts and Minisink Valley Historical Society host “Art & History in the Park” at Orange Square Veterans Park on Pike and Sussex Streets, 10am-5pm. Art and history exhibits with local artists. 845/856-6741.
The Catskill Art Society presents “With Amazing Scenes Like These,” an exhibition featuring artwork by Tara Kopp, and “Limited Landscapes,” an exhibition featuring artwork by Jenna Lucente at the CAS Arts Center, 48 Main St. Artist talk 3pm, followed by reception 4-6pm. On display through July 24. 845/436-4227.
Paint Party at Harmony Presents in the Silk Mill, 7pm. Learn how to paint a night owl. Basic lines will be pre-sketched onto canvas. All supplies are provided. No experience needed. BYOB. Cost: $31.50 advance, $35 general. 570/588-8077.
The Barryville Area Arts Association, the Forestburgh Playhouse and several local artists present “Brides in Art” at the Highland Senior Center, 3–5pm. Community art project where attendees are invited to paint a portion of a large canvas, which will be donated to the senior center.
Artist group show "Variations" opens at Gallery EVA, 35 Lower Main St., 5-9pm. On display until June 30. Artists features: Suzanah Hadorn, Ellany Gable, Nancy Wells, Carla Strozzieri, Hana Marritz, Zac Shavrick, Christine Stamos, Naomi Teppich, Carolyn Duke and Eva Drizhal. 845/887-3202.
Barryville Area Arts Association opens exhibit "CENSORED!" at the Artists Market Community Center, 114 Richardson Ave., 4-6pm. The exhibit offers up just a few of the great works of art that were thought offensive or subversive by censors. Refreshments served.
Two exhibits open at the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance gallery, 7-9pm. “Working Conditions” paintings by Carol Diamond and “Fabrication and Figuration” sculpture and drawings by Jeff George. On view through June 25. 845/252-7576.