Arts Alive Art Loft Studio & Gallery
Garnerville Arts & Industrial Center
Garnerville 845-536-7983

Arts Westchester
31 Mamaroneck Avenue
White Plains 914-428-4220

Barrett Art Center
55 Noxon
Poughkeepsie 845-471-2550

Belle Levine Art Center
Putnam Arts Council
255 Kennicut Hill Road
Mahopac 845-628-3664

Caramoor Center for Music & Arts
149 Girdle Ridge Road
Katonah 914-232-1252

Dia: Beacon Riggio Galleries
Dia Art Foundation
3 Beekman Street
Beacon 845-440-0100

The Donald M. Kendall Sculpture Gardens
PepsiCo World Headquarters
700 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase 914-253-2082

Edward Hopper House Art Center
82 North Broadway
Nyack 845-358-0774

Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center
Vassar College
Raymond Avenue
Poughkeepsie 845-437-7745

Garrison Art Center
Depot Square at Waterfront
Garrison 845-424-3960

The Katonah Museum of Art
Route 22 at Jay Street
Katonah 914-232-9555

Leland Castle Gallery
College of New Rochelle
New Rochelle 914-654-5000

The Lyceum
Orange County Community College
115 South Street
Middletown 845-341-4891

Mamaroneck Artists Guild
2120 Boston Post Road
Larchmont 914-834-1117

Neuberger Museum of Art
Purchase College
735 Anderson Hill Road
Purchase 914-251-6100

Northern Westchester Center for the Arts
272 North Bedford Road
Mt. Kisco 914-241-6922

Paramount Center for the Arts
1008 Brown Street
Peekskill 914-739-0039

Rockland Center for the Arts
7 South Greenbush Road
West Nyack 845-358-0877

Rye Arts Center
51 Milton Road
Rye 914-967-0700

Samuel Dorsky Museum of Art
State University of New York
75 S. Manheim Boulevard
New Paltz 845-257-3844

Storm King Art Center
Old Pleasant Hill Road
Mountainville 845-534-3115

Unison Arts and Learning Center
68 Mountain Rest Road
New Paltz 845-255-1559

Woodstock School of Art
2470 Route 212
Woodstock 845-679-2388


New York City Arts Scene

One of the advantages of a Hudson Valley lifestyle is being close to the most celebrated attractions in the nation. Cultural crown jewels, incredible cuisine, international high fashion, world-class museums, and the energy of a city like no other combine to make New York City a sheer delight to visit again and again.

New York Convention & Visitors Bureau
New York 212-484-1200


New York Art Museums & Galleries

The American Craft Museum
40 West 53rd Street
New York 212-956-3535
One of the nation’s foremost craft showcases features four tiers of galleries that form a striking setting for art pieces in a wide array of media.

American Folk Art Museum
45 West 53rd Street
New York 212-265-1040
Displays focus on paintings, sculpture, furniture, pottery, quilts, and decorative arts from the 18th century to the present.

Antiquarium, Ltd.
948 Madison Avenue
New York 212-734-9776
Collections of glass, marble and stone sculptures, brilliant bronzes, pottery, coins, seals, and jewelry are from a wide range of Mediterranean and Near Eastern cultures.

Aperture’s Burden Gallery
20 East 23rd Street
New York 212-505-5555
The work of masters harmonizes with that of contemporary artists in exhibits sponsored by a premier photography foundation.

The Asia Society Galleries
725 Park Avenue
New York 212-288-6400
Discover one of the finest collections of Asian art in the entire world, assembled over the decades by the famous Rockefeller family.

Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum
Smithsonian Institution
2 East 91st Street
New York 212-849-8400
Centuries of design exhibits are showcased in the majestic Andrew Carnegie mansion with its exquisite garden.

Central Park Conservancy
14 E. 60th Street
New York 212-310-6600
Gardens, fountains, sculptures, monuments, and other attractions are encompassed in 843 acres in the heart of the city.

Dorothy & Lewis B. Cullman Center
New York Public Library for the Performing Arts
40 Lincoln Center Plaza
New York 212-870-1630
Visitors can enjoy two galleries in addition to the world’s most extensive collection of archives in the field of performing arts.

E & J Frankel Ltd.
1040 Madison Avenue
New York 212-879-5733
One of the oldest Oriental art galleries in New York features authentic Chinese and Japanese art and antiques as well as textiles and jewelry.

The Frick Collection
One East 70th Street
New York 212-288-0700
Paintings, sculpture, and decorative arts from the Renaissance through 19th century showcase Rembrandt, Titian, Vermeer, and Whistler.

International Center of Photography
1133 Avenue of the Americas
New York 212-857-0001
The only museum in the Big Apple devoted exclusively to photography offers a shutterbug’s paradise.

The Jewish Museum
1109 5th Avenue
New York 212-423-3200
Holdings include coins, medals, antiquities, paintings, prints, photographs, sculpture, and displays or exhibits of Jewish ceremonial art.

Kentshire Galleries, Ltd.
37 East 12th Street
New York 212-673-6644
Eight gallery floors present a large and comprehensive inventory of English antiques from 1690 to 1870.

Metropolitan Museum of Art
1000 Fifth Avenue at 82nd
New York 212-535-7710
One of the world’s most renowned venues spans the history of world art with hundreds of world-famous masterpieces.

The Museum at FIT
Fashion Institute of Technology
Seventh Avenue at 27th Street
New York 212-217-5800
Visit one of the world’s largest and most important collections of clothing, textiles, and accessories.

Museum for African Art
1280 5th Avenue
New York 212-444-9795
Historical and contemporary works showcase African culture and architecture in permanent and traveling collections.

National Museum of the American Indian
The George Gustav Heye Center
One Bowling Green
New York 212-514-3700
NMAI in New York is one of three venues devoted to the collection and preservation of all things connected with the aboriginal peoples of the Western Hemisphere.

New Museum of Contemporary Art
583 Broadway
New York 212-219-1222
This venue is distinguished as the only New York museum devoted exclusively to contemporary art by internationally known and emerging artists.

Park South Gallery at Carnegie Hall
154 W. 57th Street
New York 212-246-5900
One of the world’s largest collections of quality antique posters includes original art deco and art nouveau posters from Toulouse-Lautrec, Mucha, Steinlen, and Cheret.

Whitney Museum of American Art
945 Madison Avenue
New York 800-WHITNEY
An outstanding collection of 20th-century American artists in a variety of works includes paintings, prints, and sculpture.

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