Upcoming Events

June 1 – 2

This year we celebrate our 25th anniversary and plan to present a spectacular weekend!

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Artist House

Learn more about the beginnings of the Artist District in Peekskill.


The event was sponsored by the Peekskill Museum as part of its gala on October 19 at Kino Saito Arts Center.

24th Peekskill Open Studios

Peekskill Open Studios 2023 was a huge success. Artists and audience were equally thrilled at the opportunity to participate and enjoy the art that was literally everywhere in town.

There were over 100 participating artists with 24 opening their studios throughout downtown Peekskill. Thirteen galleries displayed art along with C restaurants and the Field Library. Several studios were open at the Peekskill Hat Factory including PranaMoon, the Peekskill Clay Studios and 4 individual artists. The gallery at Westchester Community College displayed the traditional “Off the Beaten Track” show. while another 22 artists showed fine arts and crafts in tents at the “Tent Site Gallery” in the K-Lot on Central Avenue.


The Peekskill Arts Alliance does not have the ability to accept donations of art supplies. If that is your interest, please contact our friends at Retake-Remake: info@retake-remake.org who will be happy to hear from you.  You can visit their website for more information. https://www.retake-remake.org/


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 boardencouraging 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!