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Artists of all skill levels (including beginners) are welcome to join us in the Great Room on the 2nd floor of the Old Stone House for this evening session with a professional life model.

Bring your favorite supplies (no oils or sprays please) and get sketching! We’ll do a variety of short and long poses. Chairs and drawing boards will be provided.

Seating is limited and proof of vaccination is required for entry.

Unfortunately the venue is not wheelchair accessible.

Follow this link to get your ticket on Eventbrite.




Join textile artist Iviva Olenick for a special in-person Stitchcraft embroidery circle in the Dooryard Garden where we’re growing plants traditionally used for women’s health in consultation with local herbalists, including Danielle Moore of Herbal Underground, and Director of Gardens, Sam Lewis.

Embroidery supplies and brief instruction provided at the start of our session.

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Please join us for an extended viewing farewell gathering with the curator and artists of Finding My Folk.

Hear from the artists in a brief conversation with curator, Krista Scenna, at 7pm.

Read more about Finding My Folk on our exhibitions page and follow this link to the virtual tour slide show.

“Finding my Folk” engages seven contemporary immigrant artists whose practice embraces the folkloric and its propensity to adapt to its given place and time.⁠

As immigrants who hail from all over the globe and have long called New York home, these gifted creators are actively shaping their own traditions, rituals, and customs by blending elements of their past, memories of “home,” and visions of the future.⁠

Curator: Krista Scenna

Participating Artists: ⁠

Ai Campbell (Japan)

Angelica Bergamini (Italy)

Blanka Amezkua (Mexico)

Carl Hazlewood (Guyana)

Damali Abrams (Guyanese-American)

Jodie Lyn-Kee-Chow (Jamaica)

Jody MacDonald (Canada)

Click here to read more on our Exhibitions page. The exhibition will be on view during select hours through April 9.