Artwork by Steven Erdman
Steven Erdman’s works will be displayed, along with accompanying poem and iPod-played music, at the Blue Victorian starting on August 13.arts2-dancep

Editor's Pick: Multi-media installation

Art, poetry, music, 20 iPods and a Human Lard Dog

Sat., Aug. 13 through Fri., Sep. 30, at the Blue Victorian, 4874 Main Street, Jeffersonville, NY. 845/482-5544.

A cactus plays an electric organ, a fez-wearing man clings to the Bob Hope in his heart and a forlorn man laments the challenges of being shy. Welcome to the strange and whimsical world of Steven Erdman—self-styled Human Lard Dog—whose “House of Lard,” an installation combining art, poetry and music, comes to The Gallery at the Blue Victorian on August 13.

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Editor's pick: Dance

Sabah brings classical Indian dance to Callicoon Creek Park

Sat., Aug. 13, 8:00 p.m. at Callicoon Creek Park, Callicoon, NY. Suggested donation $5. 845/887-1901.

Sabah, an internationally acclaimed proponent of the art of classical Indian dance, will appear in the Callicoon Creek Park Summer Performance Series this weekend, accompanied by the music of George Mousa of the Pharaohs, from Alexandria, Egypt.

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Editor's pick: Outdoor theatre

Strolling players at a market fair: NaCl buskers come to Bethel Woods

Sun., 10:00 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. Aug. 14 at Bethel Woods, Hurd Road, Bethel, NY. 845/557-0694. Free.

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