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Mini Festival: TINY ARTS DAY in a TINY TOWN

Online Ticketing will close at noon on Saturday, June 4th.  Please get tickets at the door after that time.  Thank you.


A mini festival with local food, craft beverages, a family/children's show, sculpture in the park, an art gallery opening, and live music in the evening.



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3-4 pm    Japanese Storyteller, Kuniko Yamamoto      

4-7 pm    Art gallery opening (Bring home an original!), Sculpture in the Park, local food, craft beverages, chatting

8 pm       Music in THE HALL with Musette Explosion   

Musette Explosion plays "Swing Valse" (by Baro Ferret & Gus Viseur) Will Holshouser: accordion Matt Munisteri: guitar Marcus Rojas: tuba Video by Cruz-Dann Productions: Guido Jimenez: director, camera, editor Yun Rhee: camera Leslie Dann: producer, sound recordist, editor., or visit Musette Explosion on Facebook.

KUNIKO YAMAMOTO enchants audiences with dramatic storytelling using myths and fables from ancient and modern Japan, spiced with social revelations to educate and amuse. Kuniko uses traditional Japanese music, handcrafted masks, stylized movement and a touch of magic to create an artistic balance of illusion and reality.

Mario Bustamante     Maternity

Mario Bustamante     Maternity

Sculptor, Mario Bustamente, works in metal.  His sculptures have been seen throughout the world and most closely at La Plaza Cultural Community Park and Garden in Manhattan, NY, and also at his sculpture park in Middleburgh, NY.  Mario, originally from Columbia, worked with his father in their auto accessory factory; after that he apprenticed with a jeweler and then began working as a tool and die maker.  He now has an architectural metal fabrication company in Brooklyn, NY. Travel down 145 towards Hudson and look for his sculpture park outside Middleburgh.

Elisa Jensen       Sól,  16 X 12 in. 2016 oil on canvas

Elisa Jensen       Sól,  16 X 12 in. 2016 oil on canvas

Elisa Jensen is a 2015 New York Foundation for the Arts Fellow.  In 2012 she was a finalist for the Basil Alkazzi Award for Painting from the New York Foundation for the Arts, she won awards from the American Academy of Arts and Letters (2009), and the National Academy Museum (2010).  She currently is a faculty member at the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting and Sculpture, and is a visiting faculty member in the Foundation Drawing Department at Pratt Institute.  Her work has been shown from NYC to Hudson, NY to Copenhagen, Denmark.

Pamela Salisbury        Winter Pond, 2016, oil on canvas, 14 x 14 in

Pamela Salisbury       Winter Pond, 2016, oil on canvas, 14 x 14 in

Pamela Salisbury completed her undergraduate studies in sculpture at Bennington College, VT, and received her MFA in painting from the New York Studio School of Drawing, Painting & Sculpture, NY. She has shown in New Jersey  venues including the Riverside Gallery, Pottersville, and the Hunterdon Museum of Art, Clinton, and in the Whitney Studio at the New York Studio School. The artist lives and works in Kinderhook, New York.

Mark Swanberry

Mark Swanberry

Swanberry is a "Traditonal" artist , working in copper and stone, His inspiration and designs are found in Nature.

sap bush hollow food drink

sap bush hollow food drink


This event is made possible (in part) with public funds provided by the New York State Council on the Arts Decentralization Program, administered through the Community Arts Grants Program at Greene county Council on the Arts





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