CAS will present “Spectral Evidence” a sculptural installation by Brooklyn based artist Nancy Bowen at the Laundry King, 65 Main Street, Livingston Manor. The exhibitions will be on view Saturday, May 8 – Saturday, June 19, 2021.
A discussion with Mimi McGurl and immersive installation and performance from Tannis Kowalchuk of Farm Arts Collective. Mimi McGurl is a director, dramaturg, and teacher whose work addresses questions of gender and racial perception in performance. Recent shows include Dream on the Farm with the Farm Arts Collective, Tracks by LAVA, Shakespeare’s Will written by […]
Baruch College professor, poet and scholar Jimin Seo will read selected works from the canon of queer poetry, along with his own writing.
CAS Pride Workshop Ages 8 years old – Teens Participants will observe and discuss the sculpture and installation art of Thomas Lanigan-Schmidt. As a young gay artist he participated in and was inspired by The Stonewall uprising; when in 1969 young LGBTQ+ people protested against unfair actions by the police. He transformed simple materials found […]
Cellist, teaching artist, music researcher, and arts administrator Nicky Swett will perform a selection solo cello suites from Bach and Dorothy Rudd Moore. This concert combines selections from Bach’s solo string repertoire and these later compositions from Moore into “SuperSuites”: musical journeys that bridge 250 years using the singular voice of the cello.
Outdoor sculpture installation by Frosty Myers in the green space in Livingston Manor, NY