The Norfolk-based stone craftsman chisels stunning memorials and monumental art projects.
The nonprofit brings theater and other programming to area residents during the winter, starting with David Mamet's play "Race."
This live cooking show mixes personal anecdote with food history, sex, death and more.
The documentary follows two Native American judges and their goal — restoring justice.
Indie and cult films roam the region and movie night becomes an event with themed cocktails, food, music and other surprises.
After the film: Q&A with filmmaker Lacey Schwartz.
Former author turns contemporary artist using hard work and endless rolls of tape.
A pair of new films takes a warm look at community art spaces in the modern age, inspired by Time and Space Ltd. in Hudson.
Our reviewer praises the timeless show as gritty, graceful and glorious.
The artist has built a behemoth wood-fired kiln in her backyard in Clermont, NY.
Now through November, Williams College Museum of Art will display highlights of a dazzling collection of costumes and more.