1st Saturday October Preview

Download the October map PDF here.

A.I.R. Studio Gallery

71 O’Neil St

Todd Samara Retrospective
From the private collection of Jim Marzano and Nina Silverman.

Reception October 6 | 10am–2pm

ARTBAR Gallery

674 Broadway | (845) 338-2789

Latino Artists Exhibition
A Latino-infused exhibit featuring artists from the Hudson Valley and Cuba. The exhibit will be a cultural experience you won’t want to miss!

Reception October 6 | 5–9pm
Wed & Thur | 5–9pm
Fri & Sat | 2–10pm
And by appointment
Exhibit on view through October 23

Visit our website for other events.

Arts Society of Kingston (ASK)

97 Broadway | (845) 338-0333

Augie Wiedemann – Timescapes
A retrospective chronicling over 50 years of work by this Kingston native, with a focus on work from the past decade.

Fiber Arts
Fine art utilizing fabric, yarn or other natural/man-made fibers in their construction.

Reception October 6 | 5–8pm

Exhibits on view through October 27.
Tue-Sat  1–6 pm
And by appointment

Bailey Pottery

62 Ten Broeck Avenue | (845) 339-5530

The Bailey Collection of Contemporary Ceramics has over 500 pieces of ceramics made by the leading ceramists of the 20th and 21st centuries.

January 6 | 10am–2pm

Blackcreek Mercantile & Trading Co.

628 Broadway | (917) 797-1903

Showroom/gallery space featuring work from BCMT Co. and other various artists.

Monday – Thursday by appointment
Friday – Sunday 11am–5pm


Broadway Arts

694 Broadway | (347) 302-3123

The Gathering of The Orange Manatee
A collection of paintings by Chewy Altamirano. A vision of his muse, The Orange Manatee.

Reception Friday | October 5 | 5–9pm
Exhibit on view through October 12.




27 Broadway

Todd Samara Through the Years       

From the private collection of the Tecchio family.
Reception October 6 | 5–7pm
On display during business hours.


Downtown Cafe

91 Broadway

Todd Samara’s Rondout, Continued

Reception October 6 | 5–8pm

Green Kill

229 Greenkill Ave  | (347) 689-2323

David Fox – Solo Exhibition
David Fox is a cross-disciplinary visual artist who works in painting, printmaking, drawing, sculpture and photography. He’s known for his figurative works and his strong drawing which carries through a broad range of subjects and styles.

Reception October 6 | 5–7pm
Gallery: Tue-Sat | 3–9pm
Exhibit on view through October 28.

Kingston Artist Collective & Café

63 Broadway | (845) 399-2491

Naoko Oshima –
Watercolors, Collages & Cats!

Reception October 6 | 5–8pm

Gallery hours 10am–4pm every day
Exhibit on view through October 28.



Kingston Ceramics Studio

The Shirt Factory
77 Cornell St | Studio 305
(845) 419-3332

Kingston Clay Day
Kids of all ages can get their hands in clay at Kingston Clay Day. Learn basic handbuilding, try the wheel, decorate your piece. Work will be ready for pick up at the next KCD.

October 6 | 2–4pm


The Lace Mill

165 Cornell St

Todd Samara Retrospective   

Reception October 6 | 4–9pm

Exhibit on view through October 26.
Parking on S. Manor Ave and Progress St.


One Mile Gallery

475 Abeel St | (917) 715-2877

Masks, Totems, and Talismans
Work by Michael Dickey, Keri Oldham, Jennifer Ollikainen and Colette Robbins highlight the different ways an artist, or a viewer, can place transcendent importance into an object.

Reception October 6 | 5–8pm
Saturdays 12–5pm
Exhibit on view through October 27.

Nina SilvermanPhysical Therapy

111 Maiden Lane

Todd Samara Retrospective
From the private collection of Jim Marzano and Nina Silverman.

Reception October 6 | 2–5pm


608 Broadway | (845) 331-2400

Paul Heath – Without Rhyme or Reason
Paintings of coffee cups, strange characters and animals. (Even a shark!) The only theme seems to be a smile on the viewer’s face.

Reception October 6 | 6–9pm
Exhibit on view through October 29.

Full dinner and cocktail menu will be available. Call for reservations.

Peace Nation Café

636 Broadway  | (845) 514-2561

Andrew Kaminski  – Supermind
A drawing and painting show with music and live video projection that explores the descended “Supermind,” a connective force that drives physical and vital activity on Earth.

Reception October 6 | 6:30pm–9pm
Kitchen and bar open.

Garden space weather permitting.


Reher Center Gallery

101 Broadway | rehercenter.org

Life Above the Store
A photographic essay of the apartments above Reher’s Bakery
by Phil Mansfield.

Saturdays 2–6pm
Exhibit on view through October 27.
Enter through the courtyard on Spring St.

The Storefront Gallery

93 Broadway | (845) 633-2435

Todd Samara’s Rondout

Reception October 6 | 5–8pm
Exhibit on view through October 29.
Window view 24/7 and by appointment.

Trestle Gallery

New Ulster Marina
440 Abeel St | (845) 399-0979

Stick and Stone Art and Decor
Stonestylings workshop and gallery open house. Located at the water’s edge beneath the historic train trestle. Live music, good vibes, awesome location. If you’re a musician we encourage you to come down and play.

Reception October 6 | 5-???

1st Saturdays and by appointment

Uncanny Gallery

318 Wall St | (845) 204-4380

Meet the Artist – Maria Markovich
The gallery features one-of-a-kind art dolls and figurative sculpture by more than a dozen artists—from the whimsical and beautiful to the disquieting and sublime.

Reception October 6 | 5–7pm

Thursdays & Fridays Noon–4pm
Saturdays 11am–4pm
Always by appointment or likely chance.


Neville Bean

Window on West Strand

11 Broadway | Street Level
(917) 902-2914

Neville Bean – Excavations
Ceramicist and designer, Neville Bean, explores tactile, dimensional abstractions in stoneware for this collection of floating wall pieces.

October 6 – November 1
Window view 24/7