For Marc and Livia Straus, founders of the Hudson Valley Center for Contemporary Art in Peekskill, art is a way of life.
Whether selling stocks or buying art, 107-year-old Roy R. Neuberger sets his course by his own self.
The White Plains Performing Arts Center looks to reinvent itself as a home for contemporary theater.
Chamber slates Boscobel event to celebrate its 500th membership.
With corporate underwriting and government support down, local arts organizations turn to one another.
Art Along the Hudson events are seen as an economic engine.
“DWTS” is but one reason that ballroom dancing is booming.
Organizers of portrait photographic exhibition “Person to Person” share an inside look at the business of creating a successful show.
The Picture House in Pelham will close this spring for a four-month, $1 million renovations project.
The state is considering ways to best develop the creative arts sector.
More than 400 people attended ArtsWestchester’s Arts Dazzle gala this year.
Provident Bank gives $50,000 home to theater for visiting actors.
Rosendale community group makes down payment on family-owned theater.
June Gumbel shared how the art industry has evolved and where her inspiration lies.
Koren Reyes, has opened her photography studio on Greenwich Avenue, specializing in pregnant women.