DVAA is thrilled to welcome audiences of all ages to join us at the Tusten Theatre the latest Arm-of-the-Sea theatrical production, “DIRT: THE SECRET LIFE OF SOIL”. Where does food “come from” and from what is it made? Here’s a lively primer for urban bumpkins and upcountry gardeners alike. Fusing cutting-edge science and age-old puppetry, DIRT will […]
In celebration of Juneteenth, a federal holiday that commemorates the emancipation of African-American slaves, and celebrates black culture, join human rights activist and Farm Arts Collective performer & Board Member Adrienne Jensen in a vegan soul food cooking class.
Adrienne will share her favorite traditional recipes cooked with a vegetable-forward ingredient list purchased from the Narrowsburg Farmers’ Market.
Help Adrienne prepare black-eyed peas, collard greens, and her version of traditional meat dishes using mushrooms.
Learn recipes, eat together, and learn more about Adrienne, Juneteenth, and the struggle for freedom.
This workshop is free. Donations are greatly appreciated
Calling all writers with new or in-progress radio plays, screenplays, or theatrical plays; actors who want to read new plays, and audiences who want to hear new plays are invited to Icehouse Arts’ “New Works New York” play reading series Every Thursday from 6:30 to 8 at the Narrowsburg Union.
Through geographic, cultural, political, and intimate investigations that examine white feminism and white supremacy as a history with a continuous, harmful present, Stephanie Land’s exhibition Negatives Preserved, examines how the artist’s own histories intersect with America’s racial histories to determine relationships to land, gender, queerness, family, resource-sharing, and safety. Through mixed media that weaves together […]
Join us on Sunday, April 3, at 2 pm for “Ladies Night.” Led by the Sullivan County Chamber Orchestra, this program will feature chamber music by three under-recognized women composers, Fanny Mendelssohn, Teresa Carreño, and Ethel Smyth. Their individual styles and sounds are so unique compared to their male contemporaries with sounds that embody their […]
Join us on Saturday, April 9, at 2 pm for “Situationist Funhouse,” a conversation featuring the artist G.H. Hovagimyan and curator Stephen Zacks. Hovagimyan stands out for his work with the digital technological tools of our times, adapting them in his work for critique art, popular culture, and social engagement. Salon Series events are free […]
Join us on Saturday, March 19, at 2 pm for “Stone Soup Cooking Class.” Led by Tannis Kowalchuk and Jess Beveridge, this performance is a live theatrical cooking class that explores the origins of cooking, how food is grown, and family recipes that focus on the joy of cooking seasonal vegetables. All ages are welcome […]
Join us on Saturday, April 30, at 2 pm with master percussionist, composer, and jazz professor Thurman Barker. He returns back to DVAA with his trio to amaze audiences with an afternoon filled with music, melody, and improvisation. Salon Series events are free and open to the public. Donations are welcome!
Join DVAA on Saturday, March 5, at 2 pm with local singer-songwriter Calla Sun! Her concert will celebrate Women’s History Month referencing American folk tradition and blending in harmonic poetry and personal storytelling. This program will also feature songs by women songwriters ranging from Billy Holiday to Dolly Parton, as well as a selection of […]
Join DVAA on Saturday, February 26, at 2 pm for “Words & Sounds of Wood,” presented in conjunction with the exhibition For the Love of Wood, on view through March 27, 2022. The program will feature local poets reading works about trees, working in a woodshop, re-finishing floors, chopping wood, and more. While musicians […]