February 2018 - Upcoming Events

Date Event
Type
Title Campus Building
1/3 - 3/9 Exhibit

On Time: Paintings & Photographs by Mary Cathryn Roth

 

NBG Kaplan Hall, Mindy Ross Gallery

1/5 - 2/2

Exhibit

Orange County Arts Council Members Show

MID Orange Hall Gallery
1/5 - 2/2 Exhibit River Valley Artists Guild Winter Show MID Orange Hall Gallery Loft
1/9 - 3/9 Exhibit "The Past Comes Alive" NBG Kaplan Hall, Foyer of Mindy Ross Gallery
2/5 - 3/20 Exhibit The North East Watercolor Society 2018 Members’ Show MID Orange Hall Gallery and Loft

2/9;

11 am

Master Class Bent Duo ~ Music Outside the Box MID Orange Hall, Room 23

2/11;

3 pm

Concert Bent Duo, a concert by David Friend, pianist and Bill Solomon, percussionist MID William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall

2/16;

8 pm

Concert Edmar Castañeda ~ Electric Harp NBG Kaplan Hall, OBTC Great Room 101

2/21;

7 pm

Lecture Technology as Responsibility: Failure, Food Animals, and Laboratory Grown Meat NBG Kaplan Hall, OBTC Great Room 101

2/24;

12:30 pm

Play Geppetto: Extremidades Extraordinarias - en español NBG Kaplan Hall, OBTC Great Room 101

2/24;

3:30 pm

Play Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities in English NBG Kaplan Hall, OBTC Great Room 101

2/28;

12 pm

Master Class The Dynamic Interplay of Chaos and Order - a master class by Mary Cathryn Roth, artist NBG Kaplan Hall, OBTC Great Room 101


ON TIME: PAINTINGS & PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARY CATHRYN ROTH

Untitled, the Earth ~ acrylic  by Mary Cathryn RothMary Cathryn Roth began painting in 1990, photographing in 1996 and shooting digital video in 2001. Her fine art focuses on abstract depictions of time, light, space, absence or presence, and the body in motion. Patterns, structure and order play a key role in the composition of her work. She is intrigued by how we structure and order our lives, bodies, and minds; universally, primally, and specifically to our time.

She uses the camera and occasionally video camera like the brush—as an extension of body, mind and spirit. She often uses extended/slowed shutter speeds to portray motion and the passing of time.

The exhibition brings together paintings and photographs. On Time: Paintings & Photographs by Mary Cathryn Roth will be on view in the Mindy Ross Gallery, Kaplan Hall January 3 through March 9, 2018. The reception for this captivating show is scheduled for January 27 in cooperation with Last Saturdays in Newburgh. The artist will be present to share her thoughts about and insights into the show from 3 to 5:30pm.Surfaces Series: Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, 2000, archival Epson print  by Mary Cathryn Roth

Regular gallery hours are 8am to 5pm Monday through Fridays, January 3 through January 12.

Then, from January 16 onward, gallery hours are 8am to 9pm Monday through Thursday and 8am to 6pm on Fridays. The gallery is closed January 15, Martin Luther King Day.

Mary Cathryn Roth is a Guild Member of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration and a member of the Professional Photographers of America, The College Art Association, and the Orange County NY Arts Council. She holds a BA from Rice University and an MFA from City College of New York. She has been the recipient of painting and photography awards and has been awarded residencies in Vermont and Macedonia and studied in Paris and London as well. Presently, she is the Director of Alumni and Community Engagement for the SUNY Orange Foundation and an adjunct faculty member at SUNY Orange in the Department of Arts and Communications. She also serves as a Family Advisory Board Member of the Concussion Legacy Foundation and is a trustee on the Unionville Village Board.

The Mindy Ross Gallery and Foyer are situated in the eastern section of the first floor of Kaplan Hall which is located at the corner of Grand & First Streets on the Newburgh campus of SUNY Orange. Free, secure parking is available in Kaplan Hall parking garage entered at 73 First St. Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891/9386 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos - top to bottom: Untitled, the Earth ~ acrylic; Surfaces Series: Trinidad, Sancti Spíritus, Cuba, 2000, archival Epson print.

[ to top ]


 

ORANGE COUNTY ARTS COUNTY MEMBERS ART SHOW

starkThe annual Orange County Arts Council Members Art Show opens on Friday, January 5, 2018 in Orange Hall Gallery with a reception from 6 to 8pm. Artworks by 52 participating member-artists are on display through February 2. Each artist is allowed to submit one piece. The exhibit visually demonstrates the broad variety of interests, abilities, and creativity of the artists through the diverse media used: paintings in pastel, watercolor, oil, and acrylic plus, color and black & white photography, sculpture, collage, and mixed media.

The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public. During the reception, pianist Bev Poyerd of Washingtonville will play classical music as well as jazz standards and show tunes. Artists will be present to speak with attendees about their art and share their mutual concepts on the arts particularly on working in the arts in Orange County which is a key factor propelling the Orange County Arts Council.

Dawn Ansbro, Executive Director of the Orange County Arts Council states, “We are so excited to be able to host this exhibit again in Orange Hall Gallery at SUNY Orange. It is a venue that is known for its rich and diverse cultural events and we are happy to be a part of the Cultural Affairs creative calendar.”  Ansbro believes, “events like these support and promote the strong, thriving arts community in Orange County and that is at the heart of what the Arts Council does every day.” The Orange County Arts Council’s mission is to champion the arts, connectartists with audiences, and foster the growth ofThe Continuity of Being - bronze and wood by Stuart Sachsthecounty'screative resources.

Orange Hall is located on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange (GPS: 24 Grandview Avenue). Gallery hours through January 12 are 9am to 6pm Monday through Friday plus Sunday, January 14 from 1 to 4:15pm. Then, from January 16 onward, gallery hours are 9am to 8pm Monday through Thursday and 9am to 6pm on Fridays. The gallery is closed January 15, Martin Luther King Day. Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs: (845)341-4891 and cultural@sunyorange.edu    website: www.sunyorange.edu/culturalaffairs

To learn more about the Orange County Arts Council, log onto www.ocartscouncil.org or call the (845)469-9168 or email info@ocartscouncil.org

Participating artists in this 2018 show include: Bob Breur, Sal Russo, Al Margolis, Dave Nolan, Judi Silvano, Susan Miiller, Sean O'Brien, Brad Conklin, Peter Kopher, Mitchell Saler, Minjin Kung, Gina Ferrari, Cathe Linton, Stuart Sachs, Emelia Estep, Melissa Ochs, Linda Barboni, Jullane Grech, Renelle Lorray, Dennis Fanton, Monica Ostrow, Thomas Gorman, Ellen Joyce Trayer, Colin Coyle, Patricia Foxx, Tanya Laurer, Roslyn Fassett, Carol Mindnich, Karen Segboer. Tom Hedderich, Frank Shuback, Jennifer Hippely, Renée Zernitsky, Karen E. Gersch, Shawn Dell Joyce, Sarah Grace Long, Dee Rosado-Coyle, Adrienne Butvinik, Jeannine Masiello, Brenda Harburger, Catherine Salazar, Mona Birmingham, Dave McCutcheon, Michael Piotrowski, Rebecca Kashinski, Pam Mather-Cathy, Janet Howard-Fatta, Alexander Chamorro, Denise Shelby Isseks, Cynthia Harris-Pagano, Eileen MacAvery Kane, Diane Kominick-Ouzoonian

Photos - top to bottom: Stark Reality - pastel by Linda Barboni; The Continuity of Being - bronze and wood by Stuart Sachs

[ to top ]


 

RIVER VALLEY ARTIST GUILD WINTER SHOW

Surf's UpThe River Valley Artists Guild has its 2018 Members Winter Exhibit in Orange Hall Gallery Loft on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange. The show opens on Friday, January 5 with a reception from 6 to 8pm and extends through February 2. The exhibit and reception are free and open to the public.

Fourteen RVAG members are represented in the show through their artworks many of which will follow a winter theme. Works in representational as well as abstract styles are included: drawings, graphics, mixed media, weavings, and paintings in oil, acrylic, pastel, watercolor, and airbrush.

Most RVAG members reside in communities bordering the Delaware River; however, several live in Middletown, Poughkeepsie, and Monroe, NY as well as Branchville, NJ and Milford and Matamoras, PA. RVAG president Joan Kehlenbeck was the recipient of the 2016 Individual Artist Award presented by the Orange County Arts Council.   Several other members have won awards in many shows Still Life with Tea Potthroughout the years.   

Orange Hall Gallery hours: January 3- 12 --Monday -Friday 9 am – 6 pm
And January 14: 1-4:15pm
The college is closed in observance of Martin Luther King Day on January 15, 2018.   
January 16 – February 2: Monday -Thursday 9 am -8 pm & Friday 9 am - 6 pm

Orange Hall is located at the corner of Wawayanda and Grandview Avenues, Middletown, NY  (GPS: 24 Grandview Ave, Middletown) where free parking is available in the adjacent lot. Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs: (845)341-4891 and cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos - top to bottom: Surf’s Up - pastel by Joan Kehlenbeck; Still Life with Tea Pot - oil by Jeannette McGee

[ to top ]


 

"The Past Comes Alive" ~ Early American Decorative Arts ~

In direct contrast with the solo exhibit of mostly abstract paintings and photographs by Mary C. Roth on view in the Mindy Ross Gallery, the Artists of Excellence series of exhibits starts off 2018 with an exhibit of decorative arts in the glass vitrine cases in the Foyer of the Mindy Ross Gallery. The Central New York Chapter of the Historical Society of Early American Decoration [HSEAD] is represented by four of its members whose works are precise reproductions of early 1800’s techniques in painted tinware in country and pontypool styles, stenciling, theorem, free hand bronze, pen work, and reverse glass. The Past Comes Alive exhibit is not only an art viewing; it is also a history experience.

Bronze Stencil Tray

Members of HSEAD honor the legacy of this historical art form by practicing these techniques and sharing them through exhibitions, instruction, and several well-researched books. Early American Decoration art pieces were actually beautiful functional objects that were made by talented people to be used in the households of ordinary people. Works on display in this show

include tin trunks and boxes, coffee pots, trays, glass panels and looking glasses, a bellows, a floor cloth, and a tinsmith peddled cart made by Anne Dimock, Linda Mason, Charlie Gruman, and Mary C. Roth.Tinsmith Peddled Cart

The Past Comes Alive is on view through March 9, 2018, Monday through Thursday 8am to 9pm and on Friday 8am to 6pm, plus during the reception on Last Saturday, January 27 from 3 to 5:30pm. The show and reception are free and open to the public.

The Mindy Ross Gallery and Foyer are situated in the eastern section of the first floor of Kaplan Hall which is located at the corner of Grand & First Streets on the Newburgh campus of SUNY Orange. Free, secure parking is available in Kaplan Hall parking garage entered at 73 First St. Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891/9386 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos: top to bottom: Bronze Stencil Tray; Tinsmith Peddled Cart'

[ to top ]


 

North East Watercolor Society 2018 Members’ ExhibitRed Hat Ladies by A Levine

The North East Watercolor Society [NEWS] has an annual international, juried show in the fall and an annual, juried members’ show in the winter. One might think that in order to stage these exhibits year-in and year-out, the artworks would become routine and of lesser quality. Not so, with the NEWS! Quality is indeed a trademark of the organization and its member artists.

Overbooked by K Hyden

Each year, 90 to 120 works hang in the members’ show in Orange Hall Gallery and Loft. People far and wide as well as local community people join the college community in enjoying the beauty and creativity of the works and in learning from viewing the various techniques the watercolor medium allows. The versatility of this transparent and semi-transparent medium is captivating as it is demonstrated in various styles of still lifes, land and seascapes, portraits, genre paintings, and semi-abstracts. The North East Watercolor Society 2018 Members’ Exhibit displays 108 paintings by 58 artists.

The exhibit runs February 5 through March 20, 2018. The reception at which awards will be presented will take place on Saturday, March 3 from 1 to 4:15pm. Pianist Geoff Hamburg will start off the afternoon event at 1pm by playing classical pieces and jazz standards.

Cottage by C Semolic

Then, this year’s show judge, Judith Hummer, will demonstrate starting at 2:30pm. Her topic is painting watercolor/watermedia on Yupo paper, Let Your Creativity Flow with Watercolor on Yupo Paper. “This is another example of innovation in the diversity of techniques and materials in watercolor,” states NEWS president Richard Price.

The reception and demonstration plus the exhibit are free and open to the public.

Gallery hours are Monday through Thursday 9am-8pm and Friday 9am-6pm.  The gallery is also open Sundays, February 11 and March 11 ~ 2 to 5pm, and Friday, March 2 until 9:30pm.  

Orange Hall is located at the corner of Wawayanda and Grandview Avenues, (GPS: 24 Grandview Ave.) on the Middletown campus of SUNY Orange. Questions may be addressed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891 or cultural@sunyorange.edu.

Photos, top to bottom: Red Hat Ladies by A Levine; Overbooked by K Hyden; Cottage by C Semolic.

[ to top ]


 

Bent Duo ~ Music Outside the BoxBill Solomon on Drums

As a sneak preview of the Sunday, February 11th concert, musicians David Friend and Bill Solomon will present a master class entitled Bent Duo: Music Outside the Box. This event is scheduled for Friday, February 9 starting at 11am in Orange Hall Room 23.

During the class, which is free and open to the public, pianist Friend and percussionist Solomon will present brief musical selections from the upcoming performance, interspersed with dialogues on musical topics. Approaches to programming and performing will be used as jumping off points for discussions of broader topics like the creative and professional potency of unorthodox thinking and self-determination. Solomon in particular, will explain and demonstrate the many percussion instruments he will play during both the class and concert.

David Friend. pianist,  by Dominca EricsonThroughout the master class, students and interested community people in attendance will have the chance to engage with these professional musicians and in this small venue, be able to ask questions about the music industry and music in general. Friend and Solomon will each provide some biographical information, including why they became musicians and how contemporary music has factored into that decision. That explanation will include what ensembles with whom they play as well as what motivated them to form Bent Duo.

David Friend holds a BMus and an MMus from Manhattan School of Music and has ABD (all but dissertation) from Cornell University.

Bill Solomon received his DMA from The Hartt School, the performing arts conservatory of the University of Hartford.

Orange Hall is located at the corner of Wawayanda and Grandview Avenues, Middletown, NY on the campus of SUNY Orange (GPS: 24 Grandview Ave)

Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos, top to bottom: Bill Solomon on Drums; David Friend. pianist, by Dominca Ericson

[ to top ]


 

Bent Duo, a concert by David Friend, pianist and Bill Solomon, percussionist

Bent Duo is the name of a two-man ensemble that explores chamber music for piano and percussion. Performers Bill Solomon and David Friend join forces to present contemporary classics for this instrumentation, to work with emerging composers on new works, and to investigate new ways of presenting chamber music. They enjoy playing together and their knowledge and enthusiasm for their instruments in relation to the repertoire makes the performance both enjoyable and educational. David Friend of Bent Duo

Come to the William and Helen Richards Theatre at Orange Hall for a concert presented by Bent Duo on Sunday, February 11, 2018 at 3pm. All tickets are $10 and can be purchased at the box office the day of the performance beginning one hour before the performance or online anytime at www.sunyorange.edu/arts_comm/ticketing.shtml plus a $ 2.50 service charge for each online ticket; and free for all students. Free student admission is available only at the box office.

Bill Solomon of Bent DuoComposers featured on this program include legends of the twentieth century including Steve Reich, Henry Cowell, and Arvo Pärt; up-and-coming young composers from the USA and abroad Hannah Lash, Ted Hearne, Mayke Nas, and Scott Wollschleger, as well as a new arrangement of piano music by SUNY Orange's music professor, Chris Parker.

Based in New York City, Solomon and Friend are especially well-known for their performances of contemporary repertoire. They are also an interesting reflection of each other. Bill Solomon is a professional percussionist who seriously studied the piano, while David Friend is a professional pianist who seriously studied percussion. The interesting overlap of their training and the natural commonalities between keyboard instruments and the percussion batterie serve as a jumping-off point for Bent Duo to not only champion the existing repertoire for the underserved instrumentation of the piano-percussion duo, but also to reexamine the conventions of writing and performing chamber music for these instruments. Friend has played at SUNY Orange on three other occasions.

Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos, top to bottom: David Friend of Bent Duo; Bill Solomon of Bent Duo.

[ to top ]


 

EDMAR CASTAÑEDA ~ Electric Harp

A native of Bogotá, Colombia, harpist Edmar Castañeda, is a master at skillfully drawing out lush colors and dynamic spirit from his blue harp. It is, indeed, a Columbian harp which is based on the diatonic scale of seven rather than the chromatic twelve notes.

Edmar CastañedaSince his move to the U.S. in 1994, he has quite literally taken New York and the world stage by storm with the sheer force of his virtuosic command of the harp, revolutionizing the way audiences and critics alike consider an instrument commonly relegated to the “unusual category.”

States the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung (newspaper): “The Colombian plays the harp like hardly anyone else on earth. His hands, seemingly powered by two different people, produce a totally unique, symphonic fullness of sound, a rapid-fire of chords, balance of melodic figures and drive, served with euphoric Latin American rhythms, and the improvisatory freedom of a trained jazz musician...captivating virtuosity, but in no way only virtuosity for its own sake.” He and his harp become one and his joy makes the music he produces even more engaging.

Edmar Castañeda ~ Electric Harp will be in solo concert on Friday, February 16, 2018 at 8pm in the Orange Bank & Trust Co Great Room 101, Kaplan Hall which is located at the corner of Grand & First Streets on the Newburgh campus of SUNY Orange. Free, secure parking is available in the Kaplan Hall parking garage entered at 73 First St.  Edmar Castañeda ~ Electric Harp by Diana Bejarano

Tickets can be purchased online anytime at www.sunyorange.edu/arts_comm/ticketing.shtml $12 adults; $10 senior citizens, faculty, staff, and alumni; plus a $ 2.50 online service charge for each online ticket; and free for all students. Free student admission is available only at the door. For on-site purchase, the box office opens at 7pm before the performance.

Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891/9386 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos:  Edmar Castañeda ~ Electric Harp by Diana Bejarano

[ to top ]


 

Technology as Responsibility:  Failure, Food Animals, and Laboratory Grown Meat

Lab-produced Meat!  Will meals of the future be created in a petri dish?

Wyatt Galusky, PhD

The topic of technologically mediated meat production -- in vitro meat—will be discussed by Wyatt Galusky, PhD in his lecture Technology as Responsibility:  Failure, Food Animals, and Laboratory Grown Meat  on February 21, 2018 at 7pm. Come to Kaplan Hall in the OBTC Great Room 101 to learn and ask questions about this present reality and the ramifications on human-animal relationships and humans interaction with the environment.

Dr. Galusky will explore how the more humans try to take responsibility for animals and the surrounding ecologies —“in terms of knowledge, in terms of energy—the more we require the environment to reflect our conditions and the less tolerant we become of failure.”

Mark Post's Cultured Beef - Dr. Mark Post's laboratory at Maastricht University, the NetherlandsWyatt Galusky is associate professor and chair of the Humanities Department and coordinator of the Science, Technology, & Society program at Morrisville State College. He also recently served as the Gretchen Hoadley Burke ’81 Endowed Chair in Regional Studies at Colgate University. He received his PhD in Science and Technology Studies from Virginia Tech. His research explores the various ways in which technologies mediate between humans and the natural world, including domesticated food animals and public engagement with science and technology.

This lecture is a selected offering of the Public Scholars program of Humanities NY. It is also presented by Cultural affairs in cooperation with Newburgh Urban Farming Fair. This evening talk is free and open to the public.

Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891/9386 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Kaplan Hall is located at the corner of Grand and First Streets, Newburgh. Free, secure parking is available in the parking garage accessible at 73 First St.

Photos, top to bottom: Wyatt Galusky, PhD; Photo of Mark Post's Cultured Beef - Dr. Mark Post's laboratory at Maastricht University, the Netherlands.

[ to top ]


Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities

The New York Times exclaims, “Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities ‘celebrates human ingenuity.’”

Geppetto and one of his puppetsIndeed, it is a “tale of resilience and adaptation that tells the story of recently widowed puppet-maker Geppetto, who is attempting to perform — all by himself for the first time ever — the grand mythical love story of Perseus, who slays a sea monster to save his beloved Andromeda. During the show things begin to go haywire, and Geppetto finds himself desperately improvising to overcome the challenges of performing solo while at the same time scrambling to devise new story lines, new characters, and even new limbs.” However, he triumphs over the difficulties because of his creativity and human spirit.

Puppeteer/actor Carlo Adinolfi brings his puppets to life and engages his audience in so doing. And after each presentation of the play, time is allotted for audience members to “Meet the Puppets.” Throughout the performances, original music is played by cellist Jeanette Stenson.

In order to engage a greater audience, Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities  will be presented twice on Saturday, February 24, 2018: the first performance starts at 12:30pm and will be performed entirely in Spanish. Then a space of time comes for more attendees to enter for the 3:30pm performance which will be spoken in English. singing scene from Geppetto: Extraordinary Extremities

Adinolfi  and writer/director Renee Philippi comprise the Concrete Temple Theatre, a multi-disciplinary company, committed to the creation of compelling new theatrical works, incorporating drama, dance, puppetry, music, and the visual arts.

scene from Geppetto's workshopThe play will take place in Orange Bank & Trust Co Great Room 101, Kaplan Hall which is located at the corner of Grand & First Streets on the Newburgh campus of SUNY Orange. Free, secure parking is available in the Kaplan Hall parking garage entered at 73 First St.

Also, the Future Teachers Club of the Education Department at SUNY Orange is offering free to familiesnew children’s books which will be on display.

Tickets are very reasonably priced at $2 for children, students*; $5 for adults, senior citizens, faculty, staff, alumni. *Free for SUNY Orange students with ID.

Tickets may be purchased online anytime at: www.sunyorange.edu/arts_comm/ticketing.shtml

Online tickets require a $2.50 service charge for each ticket.

Tickets will also be available at the box office table starting one hour before the performances.

This event is offered by Cultural Affairs at SUNY Orange in cooperation with Safe Harbors of the Hudson.

Questions may be directed to Cultural Affairs at (845)341-4891/9386 or cultural@sunyorange.edu

Photos, top to bottom: Geppetto and one of his puppets; a singing scene from the performance; Geppetto in his workshop.

 

[ to top ]


 

Geppetto: Extremidades Extraordinarias - en español

Sábado  24 de febrero 2018 a las 12:30 pm  -   Representación en español

La representación en inglés será a las 3:30 pm

Geppetto and one of his puppetsGeppetto: Extremidades Extraordinarias es un cuento de triunfo, capacidad de recuperación y adaptación que narra la historia de un fabricante de marionetas y sus marionetas.   “Celebra la ingenuidad humana” -New York Times

El "Concrete Temple Theatre" es una compañía multidisciplinaria dedicada a la creación de obras teatrales nuevas y convincentes, en las cuales se incorporan drama, baile, marionetas, música y las artes visuales. Las representaciones abordan temas reales dentro de las comunidades, tales como pena o tristeza, relaciones entre los miembros de una familia y concienciación ciudadana acerca del medioambiente.

Lugar de la representación: OBTC Great Room, (Sala 101, Kaplan Hall) en el campus de SUNY Orange

Precio: $2.00  niños y estudiantes; $5.00  adultos, ciudadanos de la tercera edad (seniors), facultad, personal, exalumnos

Los estudiantes de SUNY Orange tienen entrada gratis.

Las entradas (boletos) pueden comprarse en línea(online) e imprimirse en casa y por este servicio habrá un recargo de $2.50 por cada entrada.

La taquilla (boletería) acepta dinero en efectivo, cheques o tarjetas de crédito. La taquilla abre una hora antes de la función.

No puede tener a nadie sentado en la falda o rodillas.

Para obtener información o para venta a grupos, llame al 845 341 4891

email: cultural@sunyorange.edu

[ to top ]


 

 

menu_temp


Contact Us:
Dorothy Szefc
Coordinator of Cultural Affairs
(845) 341-4891
cultural@sunyorange.edu

All Cultural Affairs Events are open to the public and all buildings are universally accessible.

NOTE: All artists' images on these pages are copyrighted and are used by kind permission of the artists. Please do not download, reproduce or use without permission.