Parties & Openings
Nov. 14 - Tivoli
Kaatsbaan's 25th Anniversary
Nov. 13 - Pittsfield
Westward Ho Ho Ho!
Nov. 12 - G. Barrington
The Triplex's 20th Anniversary
The Art Garage Benefit at Kent’s Morrison Gallery
The Art Garage is one of those after-school programs that not only benefits kids but also brings together parents and non-parents, full-time residents and weekenders. An after-school program founded in 2004 and run by working artists in the northwest corner of Connecticut, it a 2,000 square foot art studio nestled behind the Housatonic Vallery Regional High School. It is open to all students, a place where professional and emerging artists come together to create art. On Saturday, November 6, at the magnificent Morrison Gallery in Kent, there was a reception for this year’s fundraising exhibition that includes work by world-renown artists such as Jasper Johns, Kiki Smith and Elizabeth Murray along with dozens of important local artists such as Joel Schapira and James Meyer, two of the Art Garage founders. The exhibition will be on view and for sale through Sunday November 14.
Artist Clifton Jaeger and his daugther Emma; artist Bernie Re and potter Joey Sage Jablonski, an Art Garage mentor.
Gallery owner and host Billy Morrison with photographers’ agent Mitchell Rosenbaum.
Inn at Kent Falls owner Ira Goldspiel with Pilates guru Howard Schissler; Sandy Dennis and Abbey Darer.
Art Garage co-founder and painter James Meyer, Wassaic Project co-founder Bowie Zunino and the Re Institute founder and sculptor Henry Kilmowicz.
Paul & Jill Choma of Gilded Moon Framing in Millerton; Tanya Waugh and artist Patty Mullins.
Real estate broker Mardee Cavallaro, interior designer Matthew Patrick Smyth, and Emily Soell.
Natalie Will and Lynn Curtis; artisan Peter Felske and Allen Cockerline of Whippoorwill Farm.
Dorothy Felske with her daughter Karin Wexler, a painter in the exhibit; artist Donna Rafferty & Vincent Inconiglios.