Rye Arts Center

Two Extraordinary Writers Who Inspire

October 21, 2014

Text Me, Love Mom by Candace Allan We were honored recently to host a reading for Two Extraordinary Writers Who Inspire other women to find their voice.  Over 50 women attended our “Wine and Women of Words” evening.  The highlight of this get-together was readings from Candace Allan, who has just published the memoir Text Me, Love Mom, from Iguana Books, and Kristina Bicher, who has published a poetry chapbook, Just Now Alive, from Finishing Line Press. The goal of this evening was about empowering women to find their voice by hearing from two women who had done just that and in different […]

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Sitting Pretty With #STEAM

April 27, 2014

Sitting Pretty With #STEAM is what our nation needs to secure our competitive advantage. Our country’s future economy will be based upon our ability to innovate in science, technology, engineering and math, the ever popular STEM. Combine this skill set with America’s artistic talent to create STEAM and we will continue to be ahead of the curve. Send to Kindle

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Bucket List Art: Rye Arts Center Painters on Location

September 18, 2013

Bucket List Art is something we save our pennies for and the Rye Arts Center Painters on Location is renowned for featuring a variety of works that you will want to collect. Our family buys art that has special meaning to us such as a work created by a friend, a piece featuring a special place, or a canvas marking a special occasion.   A Bucket List Art Event Growing up in a family of artists, we find art feeds the soul while creating a happy home. Recently, when we moved around the country, some dear friends presented us with […]

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A fantastic art exhibit filled with Revolutionary ideas

June 2, 2012

  We truly enjoy art and believe it is a celebration of the human soul from sculpture to paintings to installations. The Rye Arts Center has a fantastic exhibit filled with revolutionary pieces that deserve serious attention called Beyond Rodin – New Directions in Contemporary Figurative Sculpture, May 6-June 16.  The exhibit features the work of 20 U.S.-based sculptors who are creating innovative contemporary works built on a foundation of anatomical rigor and classical training in sculpting the human form. We have always been a fan of Rodin. Who doesn’t love The Thinker especially now that Disney‘s Night at The Museum […]

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