Arts & Entertainment 2018-05-16T14:00:29+00:00

Arts & Entertainment in and around Millerton, NY!

A direct reflection of the vibrancy of the Millerton community, there is always something cultural going on in this village: A Village-wide arts fair, a local food fair, and a major music festival, just to name a few of the activities which attract participants of every age and background.

Events

Chef & Farmer Brunch

At the height of the summer harvest, top chefs from area restaurants prepare farmers’ market inspired tastings featuring local vegetables, fruit, meat, dairy and more! www.neccmillerton.org

Fall for Art

A two day event in which the entire Village of Millerton is turned into an art gallery. The event takes place in the early autumn and features area artists.
www.fallforart.com

Spring for Sound

An all-day, rain-or-shine event that takes place once a year in the late Spring. Performances are scheduled from 9 am through midnight on multiple stages throughout the Village of Millerton. Spring for Sound is an all-ages event and is sponsored by the North East Community Center.
www.springforsound.com

Galleries

Gilded Moon Framing & Gallery

Gilded Moon Framing, founded in 2004, is located in an early 1900’s bank building overlooking the historic village of Millerton, New York. We support many local community causes and are a family owned and operated custom picture frame shop. All work is done on site and customers are welcome to see our framing production area. Our clients have come to expect the most up-to-date techniques, materials, and technology available in custom picture framing. Whenever possible we reuse, repurpose, recycle, and donate leftover materials from our work. In addition, always striving for the best for our customers, the entire staff at Gilded Moon Framing regularly attends training sessions with industry leaders to keep abreast on how to best handle your fine art.

We value your business and hope we may continue to provide your framing needs!

17 John Street, P.O. Box 512
Millerton, NY 12546-0512
518-789-3428

info@gmframing.com | www.gmframing.com

Jennings & Rohn Montage

MONTAGE, at 25 Main Street, Millerton, NY. is a large and varied antiques shop with a unique take on interior design. We edit our look, mixing mid-century and country furniture, Early antiques, lighting and art objects. We also host an ever changing array of Pop-Up boutiques, with guest antiques dealers and artists from all over New York and New England. MONTAGE #yoursourceforantiques #realandtangible

25 Main Street
Millerton, NY 12546
860-485-3887

montagemillerton@gmail.com | www.montageantiques.com

John Goudreault Custom Furniture Fine Art

34 Main Street
Millerton, NY 12546
845-705-5288

www.johngoudreault.com

Main Street Magazine Photo Gallery

You may know Main Street Magazine as one of the area’s monthly magazines, and we thought to ourselves that we have two great things working for us: 1. we’re fortunate to have great photographers and we showcase their work in the magazine, and 2. we have great gallery space in our office. So why not open a gallery – showcasing our photographers and other photographers in the area? And that’s exactly what we’ve decided to do!

52 Main Street, Millerton NY 12546 | www.mainstreetmagphotogallery.com

The 14th Colony Artists

The 14th Colony Artists is an informal egalitarian organization for artists who live near Millerton, NY; in NY, CT and MA.  We facilitate artists in the area meeting one another, providing all sorts of  support for each other, finding opportunities for themselves and other artists. We are committed to being a group whose focus is on artists as individuals as opposed to any particular accomplishment or work they may have achieved or done. The group has had success in creating new friendships and closer ties of a large number of artists.

When possible we arrange shows of our work. Shows are open to all members. They are never juried. There are no fees to join and no obligations to membership.

Much of the communication for the group happens on-line in emails and on Facebook. Occasionally we have a formal meeting of the membership.

We are members of Fractured Atlas, an art’s advocacy group, which offers artists various services. Some members have obtained reasonably priced health insurance through them. They are on the web.

So, welcome to the 14th Colony Artists we are happy you joined us. We are on Facebook and our web site: The 14th Colony Artists. For more information: The14thcolonyartists@hotmail.com

The UnGallery

The UnGallery is an informal exhibition space in the middle of Millerton village. It is open on Saturdays from 10am to noon, adjacent to The Millerton Farmers Market. Some of the artists who show their art: Dianne Engleke, Joel Schapira, Diane Schapira, Daine Tomczak, Kathleen Dieter, Barbara Graham, Dorothy Fox, Mark Liebergall and others. Our 4th season starts on May 20 and runs to October. Photography, ceramic art, sculpture, painting, drawings and other forms of art are shown. Please stop by and take a look and say hello to us.

Movies

The Moviehouse

Offers first run films, New York Film Forum films, live streaming HD performances of the Metropolitan Opera, the Bolshoi Ballet, and National Theater Live.
48 Main Street, Millerton, NY, 860-435-2897, www.themoviehouse.net

Music

The Music Cellar

A space in central Millerton dedicated to music education. The Music Cellar also offers recording sessions in their studio.
14 Main Street, Millerton, NY, 860-806-1442, www.music-cellar.com

Photography

Aperture Foundation

A not-for-profit foundation, Aperture connects the photo community and its audience through and local and international photography projects. Created in 1952 by photographers and writers as “common ground for the advancement of photography”. Aperture is a multi-platform publisher and center for the photo community.
5933 North Elm Ave., Millerton, NY, 518-789-9003, www.aperture.org

Olivia Valentine Markonic Photography

Olivia Valentine Markonic classifies herself as more of a hobbyist than a professional photographer. She relocated back to her hometown of Millerton, NY eleven years ago. Photography became a huge part of her life when she became a mother. She was constantly taking pictures of her three girls and soon started taking photos of her friends’ children and their friends’ children. She recalls racing to the local camera shop with the film in the camera rewinding, eager to see what she had managed to freeze in time. Although she has switched to digital, she misses film. When she picked up her photos and went through them, she would instantly buy frames to put the photos in she deemed worthy. That isn’t the case so much with digital. Now we just look at photos on our computer screens! 914-475-4831