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Archive- Artoberfest 2014

Artoberfest
A Fine Art & Music Festival in Historic GARNER Arts Center

Please join GARNER Arts Center for Artoberfest on October 11-12, 2014. 

ARTOBERFEST Exhibition: Sat., Oct. 11th, 12- 10 PM; Sun., Oct. 12th, 12 – 5 PM AND Sat., Oct. 18th, 12 – 5 PM; Sun., Oct. 19th, 12 – 5 PM

Images and Words, Ned Harris Exhibition: Sat., Oct. 11th, 12- 10 PM; Sun., Oct. 12th, 12 – 5 PM AND Sat., Oct. 18th, 12 – 5 PM; Sun., Oct. 19th, 12 – 5 PM
Re You Nite Party/Reception:  Sat., Oct. 11th, 6-10 PM
Open Studios: Sat.  Oct. 11th, 12-7 PM   Sun. Oct. 12, 12-5 PM
Student/Faculty Exhibition: Sat., Oct. 11th, 12- 6 PM; Sun., Oct. 12th, 12 – 5 PM AND Sat., Oct. 18th, 12 – 5 PM; Sun., Oct. 19th, 12 – 5 PM (See Youthfest tab below for a list of participating schools and students)
Student/Faculty Exhibition Reception: Sat., Oct. 11th, 4-5 PM
Interactive Workshops for Kids & Students of All Ages: Sat.  Oct. 11th, 12-5:00 PM; Sun. Oct. 12th, 12-5PM

Artoberfest celebrates the arts with the work of 150 artists from the Hudson Valley (and beyond), and Images and Words, a special exhibition honoring Rockland County photographer Ned Harris. Daytime events include the open studios of resident artists and artisans, including GARNER’s artist-in-residence Spencer Tunick.

Introducing Youthfest at Artoberfest!
Youthfest will feature a Student/Faculty Exhibition and Reception, Interactive Kids’ and Youth Art Workshops and Student Music! See below for details.

The Re You Nite Party/Reception Saturday night from 6-10 PM will be a celebration with live music, cash bar featuring wine and Lagunitas beer, and delicious food for sale from Tashi’s Catering. A Silent Auction will benefit the re-building and re-opening of the new GARNER Arts Center gallery in building 35, the former mill cafeteria, after GARNER Arts Center’s Gallery was destroyed by Hurricane.

Entry

GARNER Arts Center
55 West Railroad Avenue
Garnerville, NY 10923

Entry:
Admission is Free.
There is a suggested donation of $5 per person for the Sat. Re U Nite Party/Reception from 6-10 PM. For more information, see Re U Nite tab below.

Maps will be available at the Railroad Avenue Entrance for ease in locating open studios and the exhibitions. See Complex Map tab below.

Notice Regarding Access: Due to damage from the storm, there is no elevator and no wheelchair access to the exhibitions and Re You Nite party. Some, but not all, studios are ADA accessible.

Getting Here

Address: 55 West Railroad Avenue, Garnerville, NY 10923

Parking: Available within the complex and along Railroad Avenue
Directions:
By Car:
FROM TAPPAN ZEE BRIDGE [NYC via THRUWAY – 20 minutes from Tappan Zee] Take I-287 West over Tappan Zee Bridge. Take the Palisades Parkway North exit. #13N. Continue on Palisades Parkway North to Exit 13. Make a left off exit ramp onto Thiells Mt. Ivy Rd. (you will be passing a Golf Course on your left). Follow to the end and make a Right onto Suffern Lane. Go straight for approximately 2 miles through traffic light (at traffic light Suffern Lane becomes West Railroad Ave). From this point, GARNER Arts Center is 1/4 mile down on your right hand side.

FROM PALISADES PARKWAY [NYC via GW BRIDGE – 45 minutes from GW] GW Bridge upper roadway across bridge. Take Palisades Parkway North to Exit 13. Make a Left off exit ramp onto Thiells Mt. Ivy Rd. [If coming on Palisades Parkway from the North, make a Left off exit ramp and another Left at the light onto Thiells Mt. Ivy Rd.] Pass a Golf Course on your left. Continue to the end of Thiells Mt. Ivy Rd. and make a Right onto Suffern Lane. Go straight for approximately 2 miles through traffic light (at traffic light Suffern Lane becomes West Railroad Ave). From this point, GARNER Arts Center is on your right hand side.

FROM RT. 304, RT. 303, & 9W NORTH Take Rt. 304 or Rt. 303 to 9W North. At first traffic light north of the Samsondale Mall, make a left onto West Railroad Avenue (Key Bank will be on the corner). GARNER Arts Center is 1/8 mile down on your left hand side across from D & G Electrical.

FROM RT. 202 & RT. 45 From Rt. 202 and Rt. 45 intersection, go east on Rt. 202 for 2.2 miles and make a left onto Central Highway /Main Street (across from the Garnerville Post Office). At traffic light, make a right onto West Railroad Ave. Drive 1/4 mile and GARNER Arts Center is on your right.

FROM BEAR MOUNTAIN Take 9W South. Pass Helen Hayes Hospital in West Haverstraw. At the next traffic light make a right onto West Railroad Ave. (Key Bank will be on the corner). GARNER Arts Center is 1/8 mile down on your left hand side across from D&G Electrical.

Public Transportation
By Bus:
Take Short Line Bus from Port Authority to West Haverstraw. Walk North on Rte. 9W, passing Samsondale Shopping Plaza and Stop & Shop on your left. When you reach the traffic light, turn left onto West Railroad Avenue (Taxi Service and Key Bank on the corners). GARNER Arts Center will be 1/8 mile on your left, entrance is across the street from D&G Electrical.

Open Studios

Visit the open studios of 23 working artists and artisans.  Artists are grouped by building number. Building numbers are depicted on Map. See Complex Map tab below.

NAME STUDIO LOCATION MEDIUM
Spencer Tunick #2A 1st Floor Artist-Photographer
Rick Johnson #2 N/S  2nd Floor Woodworker
James Tyler #3C 1st Floor Sculptor
Anthony Rosa Modern #3D Mezzanine 20th Century Modern Fine & Decorative Arts
Frank Welles #5B 2nd Floor Artist
Divine Shakti Arts #5S/E 2nd Floor Arts
Croninger Works #8N/S 1st Floor Sculpture & Jewelry- Items for Sale
James Tyler #9 North 1st Floor Sculptor
Pat Hickman #9B 2nd Floor Fiber
B.D. Weger Tailoring #9C 2nd Floor Men’s & Women’s Garment Manufacturing
James Winans #9C S/S 2nd Floor Painter
Sue Altman & Beth Tango #9D 2nd Floor Figure Drawing/Portraits, Sketches, Painting & Monoprint Classes
foreverclay/Deutsch #9F 2nd Floor Ceramic Studio
Rose Backer-Miller #9G 2nd Floor Drawings, Paintings, Prints
For the Love of Art #10D 2nd Floor Art & Photography Sat. 12-4; Sun. 12-5
Martin Glick #10F 2nd Floor Sculptor
Na-Na-Kin-La-Ty Pottery & Tileworks #15 Pottery
Diane Churchill #18 2nd Floor Fine Art
Joe Fusaro #18 2nd Floor Drawing, Painting, Mixed Media
Juan Molina #18 2nd Floor Acrylic Painter
Radio Stained Glass #18 2nd Floor Stained Glass
Terry Stone #18 2nd Floor Painter- Oils
Arts Council of Rockland #24A 2nd Floor  Arts Organization
Ursula Schneider #24B 2nd Floor Art Studio
The Real Faux Company #24B-2 Painted Furniture
Gallery Meraki #24D 2nd Floor Photography/Fine Art Gallery
Anthony Cona #24H-1 2nd Floor Artist
Patience Morgan Design #24H-2 Jewelry Design
Ayu Yoga Studio #24K 2nd Floor Saturday Only- Children’s Yoga/ Sitar Concert 4-5PM
Artevie #24M 2nd Floor Handpainted Silk Scarves- Sunday Only
Area 24 Radio #24Q 2nd Floor Internet Radio Station Streaming 24 hours a day, 7 days a week
Jean Manning #24U 2nd Floor Painter/Portraits- Sunday Only
Nebula Crafts #24W 2nd Floor Hot Glass, metalsmithing demos all day

Complex Map

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Artoberfest Exhibition Artists

Artist Last Name Artist First Name
Accattato, Carlo
Adams, Barbara
Adler, Danica
Albin, Jennifer
Altman, Suzanne
Antonelli, Lucille
Attebery, Mark
Backer-Miller, Rose
Berlingeri, Nina
Blake, Gary
Boghosian, Edward
Breidenbach, Claire
Brandoff, Bob
Breer, Frances
Breer, Julia
Brizzi, Paul
Brophy, Edward
Bryant, Alice Jane
Boyle, Candice
Burgos, Benjamin
Burns, Kenneth
Busby, Eileen
Caccuro, Andrea
Campbell, Kris
Carmichael Braun, Charis J.
Manonce
Chien, Jennie
Churchill, Diane
Cona, Anthony
Croninger, Cara
Coplon, Sherry
Cowles, Jane Coco
DeMarco, John
Dennis Giroux, Pat
Deutsch, Barbara Bonnie
Diaz, Nelson
DiTolla, Tracy
Elliott, Keith
Falk, Sharon
McErlean-Goddard, Cathy
Fournier, Collette
Freiman, Susan
Fusaro, Joe
Gelb-Kane, Gretchen
Genaro, Marta
Geneslaw, Ruth
Glick, Martin
Green, Kerri Lee
Greene, Francesca
Guerriero, Gwynneth
Joan Harmon & Doris Laughton
Harris, Ned
Harris, Norma
Hayes, David
Heinel, Gretchen
Hertog, Aimee
Hickman, Pat
Higgins, Linda
Hochhausen, Bill
Horowitz, Stephen
Howard, Ronni
Jermann, David
Johnson, Rick
Katz, Berti
Keiser, Susan
Kenna, Dierdre
Lagstein, Ray
Laxman, Eric David
Lerman, Scott
Leuzzi, Pasquale
Levart, Lisa
Luckhardt, Carol
Ludwiczak, Ted
Macko, Drew
Madawick, Paula
Mahan, Jacqueline
Malloy, Graceanne
Malovany, Loretta
Manning, Jean
McDonough, Meghan
McDonough, Mike
McGowan, Colleen
McGuire, Thomas
Mende, Henry
Miller, Eleanor Grace
Montero, Narciso
Morganstern, Cayla
Molina, Juan
Mollo, Terry
Moosh Inc.
Moson, Gregory
Needles
Opalek, Peggy
Paradiso, Michele
Peek, Laurie
Pirozzi-Riolo, Janet
Polk, Jan Valerie
Proscia, Patrizia
Rabinowitz, Ellyn
Raglin, Cherie
Rattner, Carl
Reibestein, Lex
Robbins, Bob
Rojas, Al
Rojas, David J.
Rojas, Sr., David
Ronan, Lynn
Rosa, Anthony
Rose, Sarah
Rudolph, Lauren
Russo, Sal
Ryan, Denis
Sackman, Eileen
Sampson, Genevieve
Sandoval, Edi
San Millan, Randolph
Savage , Sally
Savage , William
Schloss, Elaine
Schneider, Ursula
Scholz, Julie
Shapiro, Susan
Schaefer, Karen
Shenkin, Penny Karen
Silva, Herta
Siracusa, Rebecca
Small, Sarah
Springer, Dan
Staton, Scott
Steindorff, Carrie
Stoveland, Carl
Strange, Susan
Straus Terry
Swingle, Roger
Telenick, Robert
Tango, Beth
Taylor, Robert
Tyler, James
Vasquez, Chelsea
Volk, Karl
Vooght, James S.
Voumard, Andre
Wallace, Debra
Walsh, Taffy-Helena
Wassmer, Jennie
Ware, Charles
White, Dan
White, Erin Eileen
Wild, Bonnie
Wild, Danny
Willburn, Johnathan
Winans, James
Wood, Pamela
Zagon, Arlyne
Zaklin, Joel
Ziegler, Tony
Zibeon, Win
Zagoory, Rebecca

Youthfest Events

Student/Faculty Exhibition (Building #3A W/S 2nd Floor): Sat., Oct. 11th, 12-6  PM; Sun., Oct. 12th, 12 – 5 PM
AND Sat., Oct. 18th, 12 – 5 PM; Sun., Oct. 19th, 12 – 5 PM
Opening Reception: Saturday, Oct. 11th 4 – 5 PM

Participating Schools:
Albertus Magnus High School: Heba Yacoub, Carly Winchell, Anna Lopez, Nicholas Proscia, Julia Rizzuti, Austin Pinelli, John Lauder, Elizabeth Terzer, Gabriella Angeletti, Jessica Stugneri and Jen Wassmer, Art Teacher
Clarkstown High School North: Julia Kraurshaar, YeSil Cha, Julia Furman, Lucy Levin, Stevi Greenan, Michaela Foley, Harrison Cohen, Danielle DiGiovanni, Emily Cope, Emily Salesky
Clarkstown High School South: Joan Heu, Joen Kim, Lauren Govia, Mike Ganbarg, Caitlyn Litaker, Danielle Donovan, Sonia Ethakkan, Jae Yeun Kim, Krystal Crosby, Christina An
Green Meadow Waldorf School: Audrey Kim, Sophia Krist, Mayumi Morgan, Mia Schiffer, Claudia Shalderran, Troy Ufford-Chase, Freya Widenhorn, Lauren Jardine, Emily Fishel and Brigitte Bley-Swinston, Art Teacher
North Rockland High School
Nyack High School: Arabela Wilson, Edward Jiao, Nancy Hamlin-Ryan, Victoria Hughes, Abby Lo, Chloe Ettiene, Anthony Stenardo, Jaedon Minniefield, Julia Trahan, Katie Coco and Joe Fusaro, Deirdre Kenna, Sean Sweeney, Ed Walsh, Art Teachers
Pearl River High School: Jillian Beckerle, Katie Zuidema, Mary Galanek, Isabelle Narciso, Katelyn Dowd, Andrey, Glen Roy Carnegie, Nicole Ferreira, Nina Lueders, Elizabeth Partridge and Paul R. Martin III, John DeMarco, Andrea Della Cava, Art Teachers
Rockland Country Day School
Ramapo High School:
Joseph Negrin, Delmy Cano-Ruballos, Alan Corado,Tashana Aldens, Sirene Crawford, Lizianne Cherilus, Jacqueline Manzano, Franchesca Limbardo, Marjorie Medina, Priya Grey and Charles Barry, Ron Brown, Art Teachers
Suffern High School: 
Alexandra Hannaby, Jacqueline Feingold, Dunahay Pereya, Zachary Scholl, Dana Citrin, Allison Paroff, Elina Breton, Anna Breton, Nicole Rok and Thomas Okada, Art Teacher
Spring Valley High School: Denton Henix, Karla Urgiles, Josue Thaxton, Slad Marseille, Jared Misibov, Kara Bosco, Ziare Benjamin, Mikhal Gallien, Yesenia Dela Cruz
Summit School: Elijah Lessesne, Tristan Hovington, Elizabeth Brand, Matthew Omagglo, Nicolas Tanenbaum, Cassie Wortmann, Liam Healy, Rachel Shear, Neil Santiago

Children and Student Art Workshops:
Saturday
12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Young Children. Mono-printing Portraits on plexiglass, Relief Printmaking using styrafoam sheets, Pendulum painting, Building #24C 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for All Ages. Working with Gut, Building #9B 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Youth Activism and Solutions Project Choose a Humanitarian Cause You Believe In, Curated by Jonathan Shorr: The exhibition is designed to create awareness of local and global humanitarian crises.  The exhibition will encourage and empower youth and people of all ages to become informed, speak up and pursue lasting solutions to problems they care deeply about. Focusing on the most pressing issues in society today, this show will be a starter program presenting free information, resource sharing, skill development, posters, art, banners, brochures, and documentaries that inspire viewers to address issues that affect them and their neighborhood. Bates Alley

1:00-1:30 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment, Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

1:00-2:00 PM Drumming Workshop, Building #5 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Watercolor Technique workshop, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

2:00-2:30 Cara Croninger, Croninger Works, will speak and answer questions about the techniques & tools she uses for her work making acrylic jewelry, Building #8 N/S 1st Floor

2:30-3:00 Children’s Yoga, Ayu Yoga Studio, Building #24K 2nd floor

3:00-4:00 PM Batik demo, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

4:00-4:30 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

5:30-6:00 PM Handbuild a Bowl, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

Sunday
12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Young Children. Pins and Magnets! Create a pin for your bag or magnet for your fridge! Building #24C 2nd Floor.

12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Working with Gut, Building #9B 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Youth Activism and Solutions Project Choose a Humanitarian Cause You Believe In, Curated by Jonathan Shorr: The exhibition is designed to create awareness of local and global humanitarian crises.  The exhibition will encourage and empower youth and people of all ages to become informed, speak up and pursue lasting solutions to problems they care deeply about. Focusing on the most pressing issues in society today, this show will be a starter program presenting free information, resource sharing, skill development, posters, art, banners, brochures, and documentaries that inspire viewers to address issues that affect them and their neighborhood. Bates Alley

12:00-12:30 Hands-on Kids Workshop in Building #9D 2nd Floor

12:30-1:00 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

12:30-1:30 PM Leaf people workshop- 7, 8, 9 year old children with Terry Straus, Building #18 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Halloween Crafts, Building #5 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Portrait Drawing Demonstration, Building #9D 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Watercolor technique workshop, All Ages. Building #10D 2nd Floor

2:00-2:30 Cara Croninger, Croninger Works, will speak and answer questions about the techniques & tools she uses for her work making acrylic jewelry, Building #8 N/S 1st Floor

2:00-2:30 PM Handbuild a Bowl, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

3:00-4:00 PM Portrait Drawing Demonstration, Ages 8 and Up, Building #9D 2nd Floor

3:00-4:00 PM Batik demo, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

3:30-4:00 Clay Project by Popular Demand, Limited Enrollment, Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

Workshops

Saturday
12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Young Children. Mono-printing Portraits on plexiglass, Relief Printmaking using styrafoam sheets, Pendulum painting, Building #24C 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for All Ages. Working with Gut, Building #9B 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Youth Activism and Solutions Project Choose a Humanitarian Cause You Believe In, Curated by Jonathan Shorr: The exhibition is designed to create awareness of local and global humanitarian crises.  The exhibition will encourage and empower youth and people of all ages to become informed, speak up and pursue lasting solutions to problems they care deeply about. Focusing on the most pressing issues in society today, this show will be a starter program presenting free information, resource sharing, skill development, posters, art, banners, brochures, and documentaries that inspire viewers to address issues that affect them and their neighborhood. Bates Alley

1:00-1:30 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment, Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

1:00-2:00 PM Drumming Workshop, Building #5 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Watercolor Technique workshop, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

2:00-2:30 Cara Croninger, Croninger Works, will speak and answer questions about the techniques & tools she uses for her work making acrylic jewelry, Building #8 N/S 1st Floor

2:30-3:00 Children’s Yoga, Ayu Yoga Studio, Building #24K 2nd floor

3:00-4:00 PM Batik demo, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

4:00-4:30 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

5:30-6:00 PM Handbuild a Bowl, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

Sunday
12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Young Children. Pins and Magnets! Create a pin for your bag or magnet for your fridge! Building #24C 2nd Floor.

12:00-4:00 PM Drop In for Working with Gut, Building #9B 2nd Floor

12:00-4:00 PM Youth Activism and Solutions Project Choose a Humanitarian Cause You Believe In, Curated by Jonathan Shorr: The exhibition is designed to create awareness of local and global humanitarian crises.  The exhibition will encourage and empower youth and people of all ages to become informed, speak up and pursue lasting solutions to problems they care deeply about. Focusing on the most pressing issues in society today, this show will be a starter program presenting free information, resource sharing, skill development, posters, art, banners, brochures, and documentaries that inspire viewers to address issues that affect them and their neighborhood. Bates Alley

12:00-12:30 Hands-on Kids Workshop in Building #9D 2nd Floor

12:30-1:00 PM Tile Decorating, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

12:30-1:30 PM Leaf people workshop- 7, 8, 9 year old children with Terry Straus, Building #18 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Halloween Crafts, Building #5 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Portrait Drawing Demonstration, Building #9D 2nd Floor

1:00-2:00 PM Watercolor technique workshop, All Ages. Building #10D 2nd Floor

2:00-2:30 Cara Croninger, Croninger Works, will speak and answer questions about the techniques & tools she uses for her work making acrylic jewelry, Building #8 N/S 1st Floor

2:00-2:30 PM Handbuild a Bowl, Limited Enrollment,Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

3:00-4:00 PM Portrait Drawing Demonstration, Ages 8 and Up, Building #9D 2nd Floor

3:00-4:00 PM Batik demo, All Ages, Building #10D 2nd Floor

3:30-4:00 Clay Project by Popular Demand, Limited Enrollment, Sign-up starts at Noon, Bldg. #15, $20

Images and Words Exhibition, Ned Harris

Ned Harris Exhibition It is with great pleasure that GARNER Arts Center will exhibit the works of Artist-Photographer [and friend of GARNER] Ned Harris during Artoberfest. For the IMAGES and WORDS Exhibition, curator James Tyler delved deep into the Harris archives to assemble a collection of black and white images spanning 50 years of the artist’s remarkable life.

Videographer Daniel Poeschl presents his short film – Ned Harris: An Eye For Chance

Where: Dye Works at GARNER
When:  Saturday, Oct. 11th 12 – 10 PM   Sunday, Oct. 12th 12-5 PM
      &    Saturday, Oct. 18th 12 – 5PM     Sunday, Oct. 19th  12-5 PM

Download (PDF, 121KB)

Many thanks to The Corner Frame Shop for sponsoring this exhibition.  Corner Frame Shop Logo

 

 

Installations

STICKER TEMPLE, Building #2 Mezzanine, Artists: Jamie Baldwin Gaviola, Mike Connor, Vinny Raffa, Owner Vertual, HersherPark, Filton Grimes, Au Osce, Jice Man

TETHER/TOGETHER  by Seymour Projects, Building #1 1st Floor

APPROPRIATION The History of Art,  Youthfest Exhibition , Curated by Jonathan Shorr, Building #1 1st Floor (Brick Alley Entrance)

Great Blue Heron Sculpture by Joan Harmon and Doris Laughton, Brick Alley

1917 Mark IV Warhorse, by David Hayes, Brick Alley

Pipe Sculpture, by Eric David Laxman, Brick Alley

Holy See 1, Projection byRachel Rossin  over Minisceongo Creek

Holy See 2,  Projection by Rachel Rossin, Brick Alley

Dan Springer, Caricature Artist, Sat., Oct. 11th. Dye Works, 3-9 PM

Re You Nite Party/Reception

Join us for an opening pary/reception featuring the Live Music of Mark Sganga, Silent Auction, Cash Bar featuring wine and Lagunitas Beer, and Food for sale by Tashi’s Catering, Tibetan Home of Hope.
Proceeds benefit GARNER Arts Center’s I am building 35 campaign to rebuild its gallery and base of operations after its main gallery was destroyed by Hurricane.

Where: Dye Works at GARNER
When:  Sat., Oct. 11th 6 – 10 PM
Admission: Suggested donation $5 per person

For more information, please see Music, Silent Auction, Beverages, Food and Sponsor Tabs below.

Musicians

Saturday: 5:00-6:00 PM Sitar Concert by Tomek Regulski in Ayu Yoga Studio, Bldg. #24K 2nd Fl.

Re You Nite: 6-10 PM Dye Works

DJ Double “O”

Emma Swingle

Mark Sganga- Acoustic originals with a Brazilian accent! Finger style guitar champion Mark Sganga plays & sings, taking you on a short vacation to Rio!

Silent Auction

Silent Auction Items
GARNER Arts Center thanks all the
Silent Auction Sponsors for their generous donations.
Special thanks to Vicki Cronin Miller and Angela Sullivan

Anonymous Gift Baskets

Bailey’s Smokehouse North—Gift Certificate

Bob’s Art & Framing—Gift Certificate for Framing

Bob Brandoff—2 Digital Prints/ Day Trip #1 & Day Trip #2

Bricktown Inn—Gift Certificate   Tea for 2

Zeb Burgess—2 Francesca Greene Paintings

The Designer Consigner–Gift Certificate with Beaded Necklace

Nelson Diaz—Painting

Discount Wine & Liquor—Basket of Cheer

Art Gunther—Painting/ Window in Morocco

Town of Haverstraw—Golf Outing for 4/Phillp J. Rotella Golf Club

Bill Hochhausen—Painting/ Haverstraw Bay

Ronni Howard—Handmade Scarf

Hudson Water Club—Gift Certificate

Mary Jean Kenton—Painting/ Transit of Venus

Lisa Levart—Signed copy of “Goddess on Earth; Portraits of the Divine Feminine

Lucas Candies—Tray of Homemade Chocolates

Lynch’s Restaurant—Gift Certificate

Drew Macko—Prints of Original Lead Pencil Drawings

Juan Molina—Drawing on Paper

David Nieves—Nat Fein Photograph

Penguin Rep Theatre—2 Tickets for 2015 Production

The Photo Shoppe—Gift Certificate

Katherine Radcliffe Art—Hand Painted Iridescent Silk Chiffon Scarf

Red Rock Café—Gift Certificate

Ursula Schneider—Painting/ Power Structure

Sleepy’s The Mattress Professionals—King Size Tempur-pedic Pillow

Roger Swingle—Photo

Terry Straus—Photo Collage/ Inamorato/Inamorata

Spencer Tunick—Signed Book

Union Restaurant—Gift Certificate

TD Bank—Basket

The Vietnam Restaurant—Gift Certificate

Tom Vitale—Signed copy of Kitchen Confidential by Anthony Bourdain

Visible Changes Hair Group—Gift Basket including Gift Certificate

Andre Voumard—Mobile

Xavier’s Restaurant Group—Brunch for Two, Restaurant X

Rebecca Zagoory—Printed T-shirts of Commute & Caged Bird

Zugibe & Son Hardware—Gift Certificate

Food & Beverage Partners

Food for Sale Saturday & Sunday
Saturday-  A&J’s Lunch Wagon 12-5 PM
Saturday – Tashi’s Catering 7-8:30 PM at the Re U Nite Party/Reception
Sunday Rockland Roots Food Truck and Peace Dogs, Gourmet Hot Dogs (709-0047)  12-5 PM

GARNER Art Center thanks  Tashi’s Catering and the Tibetan Home of Hope for donating delicious Tibetan food for the Re You Nite party, to Lagunitas Brewing Co. for providing us with the most amazing beer and to McCadam Cheese for its delightful array of delicious cheeses!

Tibetan Home of HopeLagunitas Brewing Co. McCadam Cheese

 

 

 

Sponsors

GARNER Arts Center thanks its generous sponsors, who made this event possible:County of Rockland, Supervisor Howard Phillips and the Town of Haverstraw , Mayor John Ramundo and the Village of West Haverstraw, Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center, Tashi Dolma & Tashi Rabten, Founders of Tibetan Home of Hope, Lagunitas Brewing Co., McCadam Cheese, The Corner Frame Shop, and WHUD and The Peak.

Town of Haverstraw logoVillage of West Haverstraw  GAIC LogoRockland County

 

 

 

 

 

 

McCadam Cheese