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2024 Opens a New Season of Exhibitions at DVAA

2024 Opens a New Season of  Exhibitions at DVAA WHAT: 2024 DVAA Exhibition Schedule WHEN: Opening February 10th, 2024 New exhibitions every six weeks WHERE: DVAA, 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY 12764 NOTES: Free and open to the public Thursday – Sunday, 11 AM–4 PM & by appointment NARROWSBURG, NY — Across the region, main streets are growing quiet. The snow is settling in, marking the end of the bustling holiday season. Beneath the surface, our communities are humming along as we prepare and reset for the year ahead. At the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance, that means packing up the 600+ artworks from their annual ‘Art in Sixes’ small works exhibition and prepping the gallery walls for the next year of shows. Starting on Saturday, February 10th, 2024, DVAA will kick off the year with exhibits featuring the talents of local and regional artists. With new shows every six weeks, art enthusiasts are invited to mix and mingle at gallery openings, attend artist talks, and participate in workshops throughout the year. See the 2024 exhibition schedule listed below. DVAA is located at 37 Main Street, Narrowsburg, NY. Walk-ins are welcome, and our galleries are ADA-accessible. Gallery & Shop hours are Thursdays – Sundays, 11 am – 4 pm, and by appointment. For more information, visit or call (845) 252-7576. 2024 EXHIBITIONS Saturday, February 10 – Sunday, March 17, 2024 Jaya Duvvuri, Jersey City, NJ Duvvuri’s abstract Sumi-e paintings (Japanese Ink Painting) examine the interactions of forms between nature and the material world and their impressions on psychological space. #LoveWhereYouLive This group members show, curated by DVAA’s Gallery Manager, Signe Ballew, features nearly 50 local and regional artists whose work draws inspiration from the beauty inherent in everyday life, landscapes, architecture, and the distinct spirit that defines the Upper Delaware River and Sullivan County Catskills. Saturday, March 23 – Sunday, April 28, 2024 Cadence Giersbach, Cochecton, NY Inspired by rocks, earth, and the tangled growth of vegetation, Giersbach’s paintings, ceramics, and papier mâché sculptures create an organic world at once familiar and mysterious. Warren Pardi, Barryville, NY Pardi’s wood sculpture and furniture designs explore the curvilinear form and its relation to linearity, functionality, and the physical world with playful and surprising results. Saturday, May 4 – Sunday, June 9, 2024 Hanna Washburn, Beacon, NY Washburn’s “soft” sculptures made of recycled textiles will overtake DVAA’s gallery space this Spring. Installed on walls and pedestals, the mysterious sculptures playfully gesticulate, sagging towards the floor or gesturing with animated buoyancy. Catherine Chesters, Narrowsburg, NY For her second solo exhibition at DVAA, we will present recent abstract paintings by Catherine Chesters that explore the world of fungus and the effects of Psilocybin, creating awareness of the connectivity between humanity, nature, and the larger ecosystem. Saturday, June 15 – Sunday, July 28, 2024 Glenn Lieberman, Honesdale, PA In his series “Repossession: The Borscht Belt,” photographer Lieberman captures the decaying ruins of a glorious chapter in the history of the Sullivan Catskills. Danielle Klebes, Amenia, NY Inspired by a Hemingwayesque straight man's apartment, Danielle Klebes’ paintings present intimate interior scenes featuring a queer female and her circle of friends. Saturday, August 3 – Sunday, September 15 Julie Harrison, Ancramdale, NY "Invisible Body / Self-Portrait" expands Harrison’s exploration of the concept of self-portraiture, the science of representation, and what it means to live in a human body by looking inside the body & reimagining it. Tatana Kellner, Kingston, NY Known for her artist books and installations, Tatana Kellner will present a selection of monoprints from the series "Apart” that lies between abstraction and representation in the artist’s efforts to deal with the struggles of our times while maintaining positivity in the promise of a new day. Saturday, September 21 – Sunday, October 27, 2024 Dale Emmart, Honesdale, PA Emmart’s latest body of works features artist books that repurpose drawings and diaristic books that mark time or celebrate a simple line or shape. Some address environmental and social dilemmas, and many simply follow an impulse. Margaret Inga Urias, Scarsdale, NY In her exhibit “Of Cloud and Ash: Eons, Epochs, and Eras,” Inga Urias’ multimedia works on paper and glass, realized through research across various sciences, including planetary geology, evolutionary biology, and cosmology, explore the marking of time, seeking interconnectedness of all things, and telling the story of time, the cosmology of the universe, and Earth’s evolution. Saturday, November 16 – Saturday, December 23, 2024 Art in Sixes, 20th Annual Small Works Exhibition Every November for 20 years, DVAA has mounted “Art in Sixes,” an exhibition that celebrates and grows the region’s artistic community. Each year, artworks by hundreds of artists fill the galleries of DVAA. Ascribing to the rule that no artwork be larger than 6” x 6”, the beloved annual show is a must-see for artists and audiences alike. LOOKING AHEAD TO 2025 Interested in exhibiting at DVAA? Artists and curators are invited to submit an application for the 2025 exhibition season— now through January 30th, 2024. Emphasizing artists from the Mid-Hudson, Catskill, or Upper Delaware River Regions, the program welcomes diverse media, styles, installations, and curator proposals, showcasing high-quality work by both emerging and established artists. ABOUT DVAA DVAA serves as a home in the Upper Delaware Valley and Sullivan Catskills Region, giving artists platforms to share their voices in our galleries, on our stages, and at our festivals, including Riverfest in July and the Big Eddy Film Festival held every September. DVAA funds Sullivan County creatives and cultural organizations through our role as the county's Arts Council. SUPPORT DVAA's programs are made possible thanks in part to the New York State Council on the Arts, a State Agency with support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature; the Nancy Stevenson Memorial Fund; the Heartland Embers Fund, our Business Sponsors; DVAA members; and individuals like you. CONTACT: Kacy Colson, Communications Manager (845) 252-7576

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