New Year - New ART
A PAA Exhibition at the Field Library
Due to the rise in COVID, Exhibition postponed until March, 2022
The Field Library Gallery and the Peekskill Art Alliance present an opportunity for PAA artists to display their art in a gallery setting open to the public. The exhibition titled, “New Year-New ART,” will feature a general theme of art pieces created in 2020-2021.
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PAST STUDIO VISITS
Click on artist’s name to view recording of studio visit.
Mary McFerran: Studio Visit, January 20, 2022
Carol Bash: Studio Visit, December 9, 2021
Ilse Schreiber-Noll: Studio Visit, October 28, 2021
Lawrence Flood: Studio Visit, September 23, 2021
Hillary Hostetler: Studio Visit, May 26, 2021
Robin Arzt: Studio Visit, April 15, 2021
Joann Zwolski: Studio Visit, March 18, 2021
Robin Kline: Studio Visit, February 18, 2021
Inez Andrucyk: Studio Visit, December 3, 2020
Lesli Uribe: Studio Visit, November 12, 2020
Marcelino Pagan: Studio Visit, October 1, 2020
Natalya Khorover: Studio Visit, July 2, 2020
Deborah Beck: Studio Visit, June 16, 2020 – Video Unavailable
Barbara Herzfeld: Studio Visit, June 4, 2020
Kurt Steger: Studio Visit, May 21, 2020
Karen Allen: Studio Visit, May 7, 2020 – Video Unavailable
Join us as the PAA launches its first live exhibition this year at WCC with the theme “Re-emergence” to celebrate this momentous occasion. Safety measures will be undertaken including social distancing and mask requirements.
For more information, go to the Events page.
Looking Forward, a members’ show, is a selection of works—one from each artist—loosely based on the theme. Our diverse group of members includes artists of every level. From photography to sculpture and performance, from abstract to realistic, the common denominator is an optimism as we look ahead. A love of nature and an engagement with materials is demonstrated here.
PAA STATEMENT ON DIVERSITY AND INCLUSION
The Peekskill Arts Alliance embraces the diversity of the varied cultures in our community. We continue to deepen our commitment to expanding and broadening the diversity of our membership and our board, encouraging the participation of artists who differ by life experiences and social identities such as race, color, ethnicity, religion/spirituality, age, socioeconomic background, disability, and gender identity or expression. We have a board committee whose purpose is to work with the Peekskill community to strive toward these goals. We continue to invite people of color and from widely diverse backgrounds to exhibit with us; to publish materials in both Spanish and English; and to offer discounted or free membership for those in need. Cultivating equity is vital to ensure that everyone has equal access to a vibrant, creative life, which is essential to a healthy and thriving PAA, representing our diverse community.
Being a member has its privileges! You get to work with and get to know your fellow artists, businesses, city officials, art venues and community organizations. Involvement in collaborative projects and the PAA itself is a rewarding experience and is also a good resume builder! Join the PAA and be part of an extraordinary organization!