Delaware Valley Arts Alliance showcase honors artists to receive funding


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  • Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop will perform at the showcase (Photo provided)



2019 Regrant Spotlight Recipients

Bethel Council for the Arts, Catskills Fiber Festival
Bethel Local Development Corp., Bethel Lakeside Music
Bizzy Coy, Artist Fellow in Writing-Fiction
Bobbie Oliver, Artist Fellow in Visual Art-Painting
Callicoon Business Association, Callicoon Art Walk
Callicoon Center Band, Wednesday night, summer concert series
Chamber Music at St. Andrews, “Kuumba Frank Lacy Sextet Plays Free Form Jazz” and “Music for Strings, French Horn and a Tenor”
Delaware Valley Opera, Summer 2019 series and Opera Gala Season Kick-off
Delaware Youth Center, Art, music and dance classes for youth and a summer performance of “Trees”
ENGN, Adult and youth arts ambassadors engaging in creative civic discourse and Film Series “Handed Down: Lessons from the Land”
Icehouse Arts, A series of filmmaking workshops for people ages 3-18
Mamakating Library, Sullivan County Children’s Book Festival
Nesin Cultural Arts, “Four Seasons of Sullivan County”
North American Cultural Laboratory, The DEEP SPACE Performance Residency Series
Phillipsport Community Center, monthly music nights: April through October
Rock Hill Business and Community Association, Wednesday night, summer concert series
Sullivan County Community Chorus, 2019 Series and “Celebrating the Man, the Myth, the Legend — Returning to the Forrest: A Tribute to Lou Setren!”
Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop, Community Theater, 2019 main stage season and “Haunted Theater”
Sullivan County Historical Society, “Sullivan County Stories, Music and History”
“Great Performers and Historic Theaters of Sullivan County”
Sullivan Public Library Alliance, Sullivan County Poet Laureate
Town of Lumberland Cultural Series, May and September concerts
Weekend of Chamber Music, “Classic Means New!”
Western Sullivan Public Library, Plein Air Painting, community-painting outings
Wurtsboro Art Alliance, “Free Art Classes” and “Catskill Talks” and “Listen to the Music”


This Saturday, the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance (DVAA) presents the Sullivan Arts Grantee Award Showcase, which will honor the community groups and artists selected to receive re-grant funding in 2019.

The event will take place from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. on May 18 at the Tusten Theatre, located at 210 Bridge St. in Narrowsburg, N.Y.

“We are truly fortunate to have such an exciting range of creative voices here in Sullivan County," said DVAA’s Executive Director, Ariel Shanberg. "Our 2019 grantees contribute greatly to our communities and make living here uniquely special."

This year, DVAA re-granted $37,000 to local artists and organizations for arts and cultural program in the county. Arts for Sullivan grants are funded through the New York State Council on the Arts’s Decentralization grant, and Sullivan County Arts and Heritage grants are made possible with funding provided by a Sullivan County Legislature grant.

The showcase will include opening remarks by New York State Senator Jen Metzger of the 42nd District.

The event will also feature performances by 2019 grantees, including a duet by the Delaware Valley Opera’s Mary Burkart and Ken Parks, a reading by Bizzy Coy, and a one-act play performed by Cole Phillips of Sullivan County Dramatic Workshop.

The event is free and open to the public. For more information about DVAA’s re-grant programs visit delawarevalleyartsalliance.org or call 845-252-7576.





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