International Artists to Work and Exhibit at Red Barn

Beacon center site of studio and exhibition Oct. 12 to 26

The newly renovated Red Barn River Center, operated by Scenic Hudson, will be the site of the first International Artist Residency from Oct. 12 to Oct. 26. Participating artists will have open studio space daily from 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. and an art show daily from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m.

The event was organized and curated by Basha Maryanska, a native of Poland who resides in Beacon, with assistance from BeaconArts. Other participants include Mervyn Beamish (Australia), Virginia Donovan (U.S.), Catherine Gerasimov (France), Mary Ann Glass (U.S.), Rella Gronovitz (Israel/Sweden), Kathryn Hart (U.S.), Irina Korotkov (Australia), Galina Krasskova (U.S.), Iwona Kulagowska (Poland), Dorota Michaluk (France), Hanna Oren-Huppert (Holland), Neela Pushparaj (India/U.S.), Rafael Quirindongo (U.S.) and Mira Sartyan (U.S./Poland).

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