This summer, Pentangle Arts Council and the ArtisTree Gallery are teaming up to bring Unbound, Vol. 2 to Woodstock on July 27. This dynamic juried exhibit, a part of the annual Bookstock Festival, features book-inspired art of all shapes, sizes and colors and is the sequel to a successful event last summer. The call for artists is out, and we are welcoming all manner of art that uses the book as its principal medium or format. Last year’s show prompted some really amazing creative work, and we look forward to another fantastic exhibit! (Artists: Scroll down for information on how to submit artwork.)
In other news, we’ve been seeing a lot of Jay Nash tickets going out the door. So, don’t miss your chance to see this excellent local singer-songwriter, along with the opening act featuring Woodstock singer Lisa Piccirillo. In our marketing efforts for this great show, we’ve been displaying and emailing a bunch of different pictures – and also searching out a few fun factoids to throw in. Along those lines, Lisa has shared with us that her love of cooking prompted her to name her cat Basil. Well, pictured here are Lisa and Basil (in a photo from kittenhood), and also a neat shot of Jay and all his guitars
Also this month, our new indie film theme continues with A Separation, the 2012 Oscar winner for Best Foreign Film! This movie will be showing from May 19-21 at 7:30 pm at the Woodstock Town Hall Theatre. However, before that, we bring to you Mirror Mirror, starring Julia Roberts, which is the latest incarnation of the classic tale of Snow White. This film will be on May 11-14, also at 7:30 pm.