Expect the Unexpected Path, Part II at Arts Mid-Hudson’s Gallery

Expect the Unexpected Path, Part II

at Arts Mid-Hudson’s Gallery

CONTACT: Linda Marston-Reid: 845-454-3222lmr@artsmidhudson.org



The Unexpected Path II is the second part of the exhibition in Arts Mid-Hudson’s main gallery, with an accompanying schedule of performances, literary readings, workshops, and musical performances throughout the 12-week exhibit. The gallery opening reception will take place Saturday, July 18, 2015 from 5:00-7:00pm.

The Unexpected Path II is a multi-media exhibit featuring travel that encourages exploration and imagination. The exhibit will feature travelogues from: Amy Axelrod “Rajasthan…India’s Land of Kings”  from her travels to Rajasthan, the largest, most northern state in India,  Monica d Church “24,000 Nautical Miles” from her journey around the world on a ship in 2014 and Susan Sprachman, “Inside Iran- a Celebration
of Color and Design” from her trip to Iran.

Performances, readings, and poetry are also scheduled  from Lucia Cherciu, Anna Mayta, and Cathy Schmitz. A multi-media presentation by Karen Michel will dive into the secrets and stories of older folks from her travels to senior residences in Dutchess County.

Along with travelogues and live performances, inspiring photos will be on display from Monica b Church “Drying Saris”, Ken Drefack, “AKA Burma”,  Sean Hemmerle ” The Wall Project”, Christina Muller “Carrefoques”, Rubi Siblo-Landsman “Southwestern Louisiana”, Bob Skinner “Searching for America Series”, as well as a painting by Julia Whitney-Barnes “Bricks and Stones.”

All of the stories, images, performance, and film capture the magic of travel and help us all delight in the beauty of the unexpected. The Arts Mid-Hudson gallery is open Monday through Friday,9:30am to 5:30pm.


Unexpected Path II Gallery Opening

Saturday, July 18, 2015

Event open from 5:00-7:00pm

Regular Gallery Hours: MondayFriday 9:30am-5:30pm

696 Dutchess Turnpike, Poughkeepsie NY


(845) 454-3222


The mission of Arts Mid-Hudson is to provide vision and leadership to support thriving and diverse arts in the Mid-Hudson Valley. Through our art partners, a diverse offering of arts and cultural programs, many free, attract a range of age groups, and are produced across a broad geographic area.


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Author: Harlem Valley News