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    Olana State Historic Site | 5720 State Route 9G, Hudson
    Website: www.olana.org | Phone: (518) 828-1872 | Cost: $25/15/0

    Saturday, June 25, 2022

    12 – 3 pm

    $25 | $15 Member | FREE Ages 12 & under

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    “What a blessing it is to be able to sketch – The Great Book of Nature is always open and there are no blank leaves for the artist.” – Frederic Edwin Church, 1898

    Spend time outside drawing summer blooms and learning more about how to capture your own outdoor observations on paper! During this afternoon workshop for all ages and skill levels, botanical artist Wendy Hollender will guide participants in using different materials to explore botanical drawing and nature journaling throughout Olana’s artist-designed landscape. Nature journaling combines science and art to help you slow down, observe, and interact creatively with the natural world. Participants will learn more about basic pen and drawing techniques and create accordion-style booklets together to house their illustrations and observations. Join us to learn more about drawing techniques, nature journaling, plant forms, and to enjoy the beginning of the summer season.

    Wendy Hollender is a botanical artist, illustrator, author, and instructor. Hollender’s illustrations have been featured in numerous publications. Wendy is an instructor of Botanical Art and Illustration at the New York Botanical Garden and leads workshops at her farm in Accord, New York. In 2016, she started a highly successful online botanical drawing program: www.drawbotanical.com.

    Open to all ages and skill levels, families are encouraged to attend; $25 per person, ($15 members). Materials will be provided.

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    Observing Summer Wildflowers: A One-Day Drawing & Journaling Workshop for All Ages at Olana State Historic Site in Hudson
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

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    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Storm King Art Center | 1 Museum Road, New Windsor
    Website: www.stormking.org | Phone: (845) 534-3115 | Cost: FREE

    Free First Fridays at Storm King!

    Friday, May 6
    Friday, June 4
    Friday, July 1
    Friday, August 5

    Free admission days are back this summer! From May – August, admission to Storm King is FREE on the first Friday of each month. We’re also offering a free round-trip shuttle from Newburgh Free Library again this year!

    *ADVANCED RESERVATIONS REQUIRED*

    These are popular days for visiting and your reservation guarantees your entry to Storm King. Tickets will be available one week prior to the free day.

    Visit Storm King Art Center on Facebook & Instagram

     

    FREE Admission Days: First Fridays! at Storm King Art Center in New Windsor
    Staatsburgh State Historic Site | 75 Mills Mansion Drive, Staatsburg
    Website: | Phone: 845-889-8851 | Cost: $2

    Saturdays: July 2nd, 9th & 23rd 2022

    10 am

    $2 per person

    A one-hour presentation that will explore wildlife in Staatsburgh’s park. Historic site staff will guide parents and children through the park, learning about the local wildlife and collecting materials from nature. The collected leaves, sticks, and pinecones will be used to make a craft at the historic powerhouse overlooking the Hudson River.

    RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

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    Also, visit Friends of Mills Mansion

    Nature Walk and Craft at Staatsburgh at Staatsburgh State Historic Site
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

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    About Safe Harbors

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    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Staatsburgh State Historic Site | 75 Mills Mansion Drive, Staatsburg
    Website: | Phone: 845-889-8851 | Cost: $2

    Saturdays: July 2nd, 9th & 23rd 2022

    10 am

    $2 per person

    A one-hour presentation that will explore wildlife in Staatsburgh’s park. Historic site staff will guide parents and children through the park, learning about the local wildlife and collecting materials from nature. The collected leaves, sticks, and pinecones will be used to make a craft at the historic powerhouse overlooking the Hudson River.

    RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

    Event Link

    Facebook Event Page

    Visit Staatsburgh State Historic Site on Facebook

    Also, visit Friends of Mills Mansion

    Nature Walk and Craft at Staatsburgh at Staatsburgh State Historic Site
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Staatsburgh State Historic Site | 75 Mills Mansion Drive, Staatsburg
    Website: | Phone: 845-889-8851 | Cost: $2

    Saturdays: July 2nd, 9th & 23rd 2022

    10 am

    $2 per person

    A one-hour presentation that will explore wildlife in Staatsburgh’s park. Historic site staff will guide parents and children through the park, learning about the local wildlife and collecting materials from nature. The collected leaves, sticks, and pinecones will be used to make a craft at the historic powerhouse overlooking the Hudson River.

    RESERVATIONS REQUIRED

    Event Link

    Facebook Event Page

    Visit Staatsburgh State Historic Site on Facebook

    Also, visit Friends of Mills Mansion

    Nature Walk and Craft at Staatsburgh at Staatsburgh State Historic Site
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Storm King Art Center | 1 Museum Road, New Windsor
    Website: www.stormking.org | Phone: (845) 534-3115 | Cost: FREE

    Free First Fridays at Storm King!

    Friday, May 6
    Friday, June 4
    Friday, July 1
    Friday, August 5

    Free admission days are back this summer! From May – August, admission to Storm King is FREE on the first Friday of each month. We’re also offering a free round-trip shuttle from Newburgh Free Library again this year!

    *ADVANCED RESERVATIONS REQUIRED*

    These are popular days for visiting and your reservation guarantees your entry to Storm King. Tickets will be available one week prior to the free day.

    Visit Storm King Art Center on Facebook & Instagram

     

    FREE Admission Days: First Fridays! at Storm King Art Center in New Windsor
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh
    Olana State Historic Site | 5720 State Route 9G, Hudson
    Website: www.olana.org | Phone: (518) 828-1872 | Cost: $25/15

    Saturday, August 27, 2022

    2 – 3 pm

    $20 | $15 Members

    BUY TIX NOW    All materials will be provided.

    Ever wonder how artists like Frederic Church captured detail, contrast, and perspective? Visitors of all ages and skill levels are invited to sketch Frederic Church’s artist-designed landscape and main house, learning basic artistic principles in the process. During this hour-long program led by teaching artist Shawn del Joyce, participants will be given sketching materials, watch a short live demo with a professional teaching artist, and experiment with sketching their own view of Olana’s famous landscape.

    Shawn Dell Joyce began teaching plein air classes in 2000 and continues weekly to this day. She founded a plein air school with an Arts and Agricultural mission based on the historic Hudson River School, called the Wallkill River School of Art. It still exists today as a nonprofit arts organization with a mission of bringing cultural tourism to the Hudson Valley region through plein air painting workshops and events on local farms, historic sites and open spaces. Her work is included in museum collections in the Georges Pompidou Museum in France and the Museum of Modern Art in NY.

    For more information, please contact education@olana.org.

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    Learn to Sketch like Frederic Church: A One-day Workshop for All Ages at Olana State Historic Site in Hudson
    Ann Street Gallery of Safe Harbors of the Hudson | 104 Ann Street, Newburgh
    Website: https://safe-harbors.org/events/incorrigibles/ | Phone: (845) 784-1146 | Cost: Free

    Saturdays, June 11 – September 9, 2022

    1 – 5 pm

    Organized by Alison Cornyn

    Ann Street Gallery presents Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York, illuminating the systemic failure of the juvenile justice system and advocates for youth justice. Incorrigibles gives voice to the untold stories of those sent to the New York Training School for Girls throughout the 20th century. Located in Hudson, New York, the institution was established in 1904 as the only state-run re-educational facility to provide training for “delinquent” girls between the ages of 12 and 18; closing in 1975.

    With Newburgh being one of the main communities who sent “incorrigible” girls to the institution, it is a special honor for Ann Street Gallery to host this exhibition in the heart of Newburgh’s downtown and share the Incorrigibles project with our community.

    This special exhibition features several interactive elements, including immersive video, ephemera, participant contributions via text and audio, a film screening and a two-week long workshop intensive. Premiering in the exhibition is Incorrigibles’ “Expert Voices” a series of video dialogs on incarceration, trauma, and healing practices, along with archival and recent documentation and testimonies.

    Incorrigibles is a transmedia project that tells the stories of ‘incorrigible’ girls in the United States over the last 100 years – beginning with New York State. Drawing on the personal narratives of young women in “the system”, the work investigates the history and present state of juvenile justice and social services for girls. We have been researching archival documents from the New York State Training School for Girls (1904-1975); recording and sharing accounts of women alive today who were confined there; and organizing community engagement events to encourage critical analysis around youth detention and behavioral intervention today.

    Event Link

    About Safe Harbors

    Support Safe Harbors

    Visit Safe Harbors on Facebook, Instagram, Twitter & YouTube

    Incorrigibles: Bearing Witness to the Incarcerated Girls of New York at Ann Street Gallery in Newburgh