The Gallery at Atlas hosts Art Shows, Concerts, Literary & Film Events.
see upcoming events below
Dia Staff Art Show 2019
Friday, July 19 - Sunday, August 18
Opening Reception: Friday July 19, 6 - 9PM
The staff of Dia Art Foundation presents an annual multidisciplinary art exhibition in the Gallery at Atlas. Akin to Dia’s repurposed sites and galleries, the building of Atlas Studios provides a feeling of familiarity and inspiration to a very diverse and talented staff. Dia Art Foundation is known for its collection of ambitious and passionate artists, and staff members of the foundation across many departments are no different. These attributes are highlighted within Dia staff through a wide range of mediums including painting, sculpture, performance, and more. This exhibition, entirely organized and operated by Dia staff.
The gallery will be open each weekend during the show, and by appointment during the week. Please contact email@example.com for hours and appointments.
Spring Street Reading Series: Women and their Bonding
Saturday, July 20, 7PM
Women and Their Bonding Idra Novey and Laura Brown
Committed to supporting the exciting arts scene in Newburgh, Atlas Studios is happy to to provide a venue for a growing literary arts culture in the Hudson Valley. This spring Atlas premieres a new series of literary events. Spring Street Reading Series gathers together distinguished writers from the Hudson Valley and counterparts from outside the region. Each evening during this first season is organized around a specific topic. The Readings are intended to provoke meaningful conversation among writers that then open out to include the audiences.
Curated by Ruth Danon
Jazz at Atlas Presents: Darius Jones' Shades of Black
Saturday, July 27, 8-10PM
Jazz at Atlas is proud to present as part of its 2019 live concert series the acclaimed alto saxophonist and composer Darius Jones and his outstanding quartet Shades of Black. Winner of the Rising Star-Alto Saxophone award for this year's 67th Annual DownBeat International Critics Poll, Jones is joined in this ensemble by Sam Newsome on soprano saxophone, Cooper-Moore on organ and Michael Wimberly on drums.